15 minutes west of Caernarvon off the Pwllheli Road. Beautiful beach and dune walks, very popular with families, dog walkers and photographers. You can park as soon as you reach Dinas-large free parks on left of road opposite clutch of small cafes and beach shops. Either turn left and walk up the iron-age fort of Dinas, or right for a flat [wheelchair friendly] 1 mile 'promenade'..
Alternatively drive straight on for a mile or so and park on the ample rough ground off on the left. just before the road bears right. From there walk along super wide [tide out] beach or dunes towards Caernarvon and as far as the ex-Royal Navy Napoleonic-era harbour and fort of Fort Belan. Privately owned for holiday lets and like a costume movie film set this is a hidden time-warp gem complete with cannon. Unmissable.
Third option is to stay in the car, take the right bend of the road and visit the air museum of Caernarvon airport. If you do the dune walks you will be buzzed by light aircraft and microlights all day. Great for the kids.
Lovely day out whatever option you take, the scenery is stunning with the Lelyn heading off west , the beaches of Anglesey to the right and Snowdonia forming a dramatic backdrop.
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