Dyffryn Beach

Visit Dyffryn Beach

Dyffryn Beach or Morfa Dyffryn is a wide open sandy beach backed by dunes on the Welsh coast between Barmouth and Harlech.

Through the constantly shifting dunes, the beach is clean, and water quality is good, making it a safe for paddling and swimming. The main beach is used by families, and holiday makers enjoying the wide open space and soft sand.

Did you Know? Dyffryn Beach is a well known naturist beach and has been a popular naturist spot since the 1930’s

As well as being a popular beach and campsite there is and there is a designated naturist beach about a kilometere long. There are signposts marking the area.

Morfa Dyffryn National Nature Reserve is one of the most important dune systems in Wales because of its bare sand and wildlife habitats.

There are no facilities on the beachfront but there is a general store at the Dyffryn Seaside Estate holiday park.

This beach is …

  • A Sandy Beach
  • A Well Known Naturist Beach

What to see and do

  • Explore the local coastline

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Places to stay

  • Holiday Cottages

Holiday accommodation near this beach

Have a great day out by the coast

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Getting To Dyffryn Beach

Beach Location


There is a carpark close to the beach

Nearest Train


Taking a trip to the beach. Get there by train or car.

Map of Dyffryn Beach

Explore the Welsh coastline

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What’s On along the Coast

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Get active on the beach

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