I have been several times. It is one of the best beaches that I have come across. The walk from where we camped took about 15 minutes. We went, in theory for the GB Skinny Dip, which was cancelled when we went, though by the time we got there the weather was good. The previous month it was even better. If it wasn't for the lockdown, shielding and all that, we would have gone again this year.
Rod Griffiths | 01-09-2020
We had been driving around looking for the naturist campsite and couldn't find it. We gave up and found a beautiful walled campsite and settled in. The next day I walked to the entrance of the walled part to see what it was and there was the naturist campsite right beside us! We didn't go in and decided to stay were we had already set up. The beach was a bit of a walk and the naturist part of the beach but even further but well worth the walk as there were very few people around. The beach was amazing and went on for miles. Hoping we might get back there in September if the sunshine is still with us. If you haven't tired the naturist beach or are a bit shy, I do encourage you to try it. It's very liberating to sunbath naked and have a little stroll to the water but it's very cold unfortunately!
Grace Opperman | 25-08-2020
Great but the dunes are steep and exhausting, dolphins occasionally visit and I thought I'd go swim with them, but once in deep water started thinking that these were wild animals, and bigger and better swimmers than me, so bugger that. Pity it's so far from South Wales
Dunehunter | 12-07-2020More reviews by Dunehunter (3)
It has a long beach exceptionally clean, great to just sit and watch the world go by or take a walk in the sea. I have been many times looking forward to returning.
It is a good 10min walk from the main carpark (Turn right onto the beach Barmouth end or Left from Shell Island end) well worth the walk.
Lots of room for everyone great for your first time with no crowds.
NorthernSoul45 | 03-07-2020
Went there on Bank Holiday sunday
Tony stimpson | 28-08-2019