The Most Beautiful Beaches in Wales

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We can’t wait until traveling becomes normal again and we’re sure you’re feeling the same. Until that happens, we enjoy exploring new places virtually and making plans for future travels.

There’s a big number of great beaches along Wales’ coastline that’s yet to be discovered by travelers around the world. Here are some that we love.

Aberffraw, Anglesey

Aberffraw is a long, sandy beach rich with wildlife dunes. It’s only accessible by foot along the River Ffraw bank, which makes discovering it even more special. The views here are incredible!

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Cable Bay, Anglesey last night! 🌅

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Traeth Soden, Ceredigion

If you ask the locals, you’ll learn that there’s something called Secret Beach at the end of this beautiful valley. You can get to it at low tide or swim to it if you’re feeling brave.

Porth Wen, Anglesey

Visit this ancient island and its beautiful beaches if you’re in a mood for a unique experience. You can enjoy the view of the hidden bay from the ruins of an old brickworks or visit an old harbor and explore its beehives.