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Weeks stay on holiday

Great beach for walking the dog. Peddles, but even better when the tide is out and you can walk all... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Nikbridle
via mobile
Beach with a lovely view

This is a nice beach which has a lovely view and you can have a delightful walk along it. It is a... read more

Reviewed December 25, 2017
davidandeileen30
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Saundersfoot, United Kingdom
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Marine Terrace, Criccieth LL52 0EF, Wales
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Great beach for walking the dog. Peddles, but even better when the tide is out and you can walk all the way along on the sand Lots of rock pools to explore Not very busy when I was there

Thank Nikbridle
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We walked along the lower pathway and were pleased to see the beach so clean. Evening will find families playing on the beach at low tide. Well worth a visit.

Thank chandrah874
Reviewed December 25, 2017

This is a nice beach which has a lovely view and you can have a delightful walk along it. It is a mixture of sand but in other areas is heavy in pebbles

Thank davidandeileen30
Reviewed November 5, 2017

Visited this beach twice and had a good stroll. There is a walk which you can do from near the railway crossing near Dylans Art Deco Restaurant Criccieth which follows the railway traverses a small peninsula and enables you to walk back into Criccieth via...More

Thank 202Mikey
Reviewed October 20, 2017

Not much to say really about this beach. It's small and unsuitable for children because of the deep water and lack of sand. It's a steep slope down to the beach from the road and tough going back up again, for somebody elderly.

Thank bradmk2017
Reviewed October 17, 2017

It's a rather unassuming beach with no outstanding features. Mostly rocky and pebbly. However, it's worth taking a walk along the coast to where the river exits into the sea. The river has dug a channel into the beach. The very fast flowing and wide...More

Thank 2mullion
Reviewed October 8, 2017 via mobile

We regularly walk on this beach but it is very hard underfoot as it is very stony. It’s worth it for the views around the bay. Only problem this time of year is inconsiderate dog walkers who do not pick up after there animals!!! Who...More

Thank Janet O
Reviewed April 11, 2017

A wet windy day doesn't give the best, but the beach was secluded and looked very clean and safe. Pretty coloured houses along the seafront. The two beaches are not connected but are very easy to get to each one.

Thank Suewood13
Reviewed March 27, 2017

My Hubby took me here on a lovely sunny Mother's Day. We parked on Marine Drive which is free - the small car park is now pay and display (£1 for 4 hours). It is a good picnic spot as there are wooden benches/tables and...More

1  Thank Jilly2903
Reviewed October 18, 2016

This beach is accessible from the roadway by steps/slipway (nearest the castle) and by steeper steps furtherest away near the free car park. Stone/sand/shingle beach. Safe for children. Space and peace with far fewer people than the other Criccieth beach. There are no toilets here....More

1  Thank Toffeesma
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