This beach sits at the northern edge of the mouth of Tremadog Bay, so the intertidal nature makes it a haven for wading birds. There is excellent walking in the area. The beach is flat, expansive and sandy, backed by an atmospheric ring of hills. Both boating and birdwatching are popular here, as well as windsurfing and kitesurfing in the bay. The slipway makes boating and sailing straightforward. Visitors can park on the beach and this is a popular picnic spot. The spectacular countryside and the mountains of Snowdonia are visible from the beach. Porthmadog is a couple of miles away for a change of scene.
What the beach means to Carina and Mark.
A job for Derek and Alun at Black Rock Sands.
…and in Welsh.
Acres of space in a natural setting.