Whiteford Sands


Average rating of 3 reviews.

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Whiteford Sands
Lat: 51.630609
Long: -4.268416
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Beautiful beach, usually quite quiet. Sea is a long way away


  • London 206 Miles / 03:42


  • Open all year


  • Only for day recreation


  • Sea
  • Suitable for swimming

Opinions and experiences of visitors with Whiteford Sands

I managed one further visit, in September 2020, before lockdown and thoroughly enjoyed myself - being almost alone on the huge expanse of beach for the whole time.
The only others I saw were a couple (clothed) and a single man on the flattish sand dunes just past the lighthouse. He stripped off when he saw me and turned out to be a very chatty and extremely friendly guy. I saw no-one else at all! Quite amazing considering the size of the beach.
A most pleasant interlude and I very much look forward to travelling there again.
Just decided ... will be popping down today (30th March) at around lunchtime as it's the first sunny day where travelling within Wales is permitted. See you there!!
Norman V | 30-03-2021
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I had a great day out at Whitford. I stripped off as soon as i reached the dunes, the feel of sea air on my naked body was fantastic......
There were others about, but they didnt seem to worry about me.....
I found a few naked men in the dunes, who were happy to chat....
and a hubby and wife.....who engaged me in a long chat, and asked me to apply sun oil to them, which i was happy to do.....They then oiled great experience.
Can`t wait to go back there....
Phil Davies | 02-12-2020
Parking is easy at Llanmadoc. At the small junction by the church, take the right-hand lane and park in the field with the honesty box.
Turn right out of the car park and follow the signs to the beach - once off the lane, there is a sign to the right - only follow that if you want to walk along the 'marshy' side. Best to carry straight on instead and reach the beach more quickly.
You will then have a long walk along a nice, sandy beach. Go past the cast iron lighthouse until you come to sand dunes that are fairly flat. On a weekday in August, there were a lot of families along the beach and in the dunes. Once near the flatter dunes, there are very few people and, whilst I was there, no families and no children.
Whiteford Sands is really only for sunbathing as the sea can be very far out, although at high tide, it's great for paddling and cooling off in the shallows.
Whilst I was there, just two older, single men were sunbathing near me. They did wander over quite a few times and chatted, which I don't mind at all.
A pleasant experience for nude sunbathing, without swimming. The 'round trip' is a good 3-4 miles.
Norman V | 06-08-2020
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