Visit Barmouth Beach
Sandy Barmouth beach (Traeth Abermaw) and harbour attract visitors every summer during the holidays. It often tops the ‘best beach in North Wales’ lists. One of six blue flag beaches on the Gwynedd coast, it is a family favourite, with plenty of holiday accommodation, amusement park and entertainment.
The wide open spacious beach is the venue for a number of events throughout the year including kite festivals and Motocross beach race. Whether you’re planning a day trip or a seaside holiday for the whole family, you will find plenty of things to keep everyone entertained.
Stop in at the Barmouth Sailors Institute, a museum and important part of the areas maritime history. Everyone is welcome as it is open to members of the public and free of charge.
Barmouth beach is a great location if you want to go fishing. You can fish from the beach or harbour wall. There are also daily boat trips from the harbour for fishing out at sea.
Walk across Bramouth Bridge
From the harbour, walk along Barmouth Bridge, the Grade II listed wooden railway viaduct across the estuary offering great views of the area. It is the longest timber viaduct in Wales and is part of the National Cycle Route 8.
Take the ferry service from Barmouth Harbour to Penrhyn Point (the service is dog friendly and costs £2.50) towards Fairbourne.
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What to see and do
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Places to stay
Holiday accommodation near this beach
Have a great day out by the coast
Getting To Barmouth Beach
Taking a trip to the beach. Get there by train or car.
Map of Barmouth Beach
Explore the Welsh coastline
What’s On along the Coast
Throughout the year there are a series of events and festivals taking place along the Coast. Find out What’s On from food festivals to cultural and sporting events.
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