Abersoch Beaches have a Blue Flag beach, with its fine sand and shallow water, is a 2 minute walk from the village centre. The village also enjoys the Harbour Beach and the Warren Beach all within walking distance.
The adjoining coast of the Llyn Peninsula contains a total of 19 beaches, 3 of which have the European Blue Flag status and are also listed in The Good Beach Guide including Porth Neigwl otherwise known as (Hell’s Mouth), Aberdaron, Porth Oer (Whistling Sands), Nefyn and Llanbedrog (National Trust).
Uncrowded beaches are located at Tudweiliog, Porth Ysgader and Porth Colmon. Another lovely beach with small store and cafe is Whistling Sands (Porth Oer), named for the squeaking sound made by the sand when you walk on it.
Probably by far the most popular beach in Abersoch with its sheltered position it makes an ideal location for catching the sun throughout the day and a super spot for watersports lovers. The beach boasts fantastic views of the west wales mountains and over towards St Tudwal’s Island.
Lots of exciting events take place here on the main beach such as International sailing events, Wakestock Big Air Competition and more.
Use of our beach hut on Abersoch main beach is included with the accommodation.
A simply stunning beach with a unique talking point! The beach is otherwise known as Whistling Sands due to the sound that you hear when your feet shuffle through the sand – it doesn’t always happen but when it does you wont forget it.
This beach is accessed from a National Trust car park around 200 yards from the beach – a cafe and toilets are open in the summer season.
A Beach of natural beauty and often a quiet location with stunning views off the steep side over looking the beach. A surfing hot spot when the swell is working in the right direction, however dangerous rip currents can occur here.
One of the best beaches around the area for excellent water quality. Popular with families due to its easy access.
facilities close by in the local village.
Otherwise referred to as Penllech beach is reached from the harbour at Porth Colmon can be rocky or there is a footpath from the car park about half way down the beach. This location is always quiet.
The names says it all! This beach gets exposed to the giant force of the Atlantic Ocean, with its long stretch of sand this location is a very popular spot for surfers and also gets busy with bathers.
There is a small car park however be warned the road becomes busy with parked cars when the car park is full usually when the surf is working.
When you want a quieter location away from the main beaches Llanbedrog is the perfect sheltered spot with a beautiful woodland view. There is a car park nearby along with a cafe and toliets.