Porth Dinllaen

View map of beach Parking available Toilets available Llyn Coastal Path National Trust Dog friendly

Season: summer

The sweeping Porth Dinllaen beach sits in the lea of Carreg Dhu headland on the Llyn peninsula.  As with many of the North Wales beaches, there’s a slipway, which makes boating popular here.  Now under the stewardship of the National Trust, Porth Dinllaen has no dog restrictions, with picnic sites and an adjacent pub.  The village behind the beach is a car-free zone, although some parking is available. The beach and setting is beautiful, so it’s well worth a visit.

Summer visit photo gallery


An evening eulogy from Peter and Barbara.


The end of the day.

One thought on “Porth Dinllaen

  1. Annie

    It doesn’t matter what the weather is doing or the time of year, I find beaches wonderful. They are natural playgrounds for all ages. There is always something to see and something to do. I love nothing better than packing up my picnic and heading for the beach then walking, swimming, rock pooling, drawing in the sand, finding shells, skimming stones, building sand castles or stone cairns, spotting wildlife and looking for treasure. Winter, spring, summer or autumn, beaches are refreshing, invigorating, revitalising and some of my favourite places to be


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