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Morfa Nefyn Beach

149 Reviews
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Morfa Nefyn Beach

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Everson wrote a review Sep 2020
Staffordshire, UK125 contributions43 helpful votes
A beautiful setting, but the first thing that hit us as we walked around the bay was the acrid stench of what appeared to be plastic burning on a'bonfire' behind the pub. A black cloud continued to billow up for quite some time. Surely the National Trust shouldn't be burning plastic?
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lieselbee wrote a review Aug 2020
Chester, United Kingdom89 contributions78 helpful votes
We went when the tide was on its way out. But it does not recede very quickly, so it is hard to say how big the beach is without having experienced it at low tide. However, it stretches along both sides of a set of buildings so there is enough beach to spread yourself out from other people. People were on their own boats and towing inflatables. Many people were swimming and the water appeared to be good quality. Stony beach at the top with sand further down as the tide goes out. There are toilets just above the entry to the beach. You can park in a National Trust car park for free if you are a member or all day for £4 if you are not members. But this car park is at the top of the hill with steep steps down to the beach if you exit at the top. You can walk up the steep road to the entrance to the car park if you prefer.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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gemmalc wrote a review Aug 2020
Newbold Verdon, United Kingdom241 contributions24 helpful votes
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We were quite blown away by the large sweeping bay of turquoise sea and sandy beach, boats bobbing in the water and mountains in the distance. W Highly recommended for a full day out.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Lucy H wrote a review Aug 2020
Essex147 contributions126 helpful votes
We parked at the National Trust car park and stepped out to look at the view. Amazing. It's quite a steep walk down some uneven steps but quite manageable. The beach was quite crowded close to the entrance, but a short walk soon brings you to quiter sections. We walked all the way along the beach, past Ty Coch, to the lifeboat station, then back again. It was high tide so we had to pick our way carefully over the rocks but again, quite manageable. Really worth the effort. A super beach.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Annie K wrote a review Jul 2020
Brighton, United Kingdom312 contributions105 helpful votes
The beach is lovely. There's a national trust carpark less than 5 minutes away. You pay £4 for the day. There's also a cute little café with toasties and pizzas which is well priced. The beach has dog friendly sections where the dogs can roam free. There's toilets onsite and the scenery acts as a decent wind break. Sea is swimmable only very shallow for quite a way out.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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