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Criccieth Beach

Criccieth’s two beautiful beaches are separated by its prominent – and still powerful – medieval castle, perched on a small headland. The eastern beach is pebbly and better for children, since its shallow water makes it a safer place for them to play. Here you’ll find the Lifeboat Station and a convenient car park. The western beach, a mix of sand and pebbles, extends along Marine Crescent to Marine Terrace Both beaches are sheltered from the prevailing westerly weather and are lapped by the warm waters of the Gulf Stream. At low tide they are popular with walkers who come to take in the magnificent views of Cardigan Bay, the mountains of Snowdonia and Mid Wales.

Facilities and Services

Surfing
Slipway
Parking
Toilets
Drinking water
Emergency phone
Disabled access
Shop
Public transport
Camp site
Dog restrictions
First Aid (*seasonal)
Craft exclusion zone
Seaside Award

700 509 Criccieth Promenad
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