Visit Tywyn Beach
Tywyn Beach is a long unspoilt stretch of coast, which runs south to Aberdyfi, looking out over Cardigan Bay on the Welsh coast.
A popular holiday destination with families during the summer season, with a number of holiday parks and plenty of facilities, shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. There is a wide promenade, a beach cafe and childrens seafront playground. Behind this is an outdoor leisure park with putting, crazy golf, tennis courts and other activities nearby.
The beach at low tide has plenty of space for fun and is a popular surfing spot, as well as other watersports. Surfboards, kayak hire are available from the Surf Shop on Tywyn High Street.
Take a walk north to the Tonfanau Bridge over the river Dysynni, which forms part of the Welsh Coast Path. Nature lovers can look out for porpoises and bottlenose dolphins, which appear along the coast, or head towards the mouth of the river Dysynni, Broadwater saltwater lagoon. Here you can go kayaking or take in stunning countryside.
Heading south, the beach is a beautful unspoilt with an abundancw of wildlife and coastal flowers and at low tide, a sunken forest can be seen. If you keep walking you will reach Aberdyfi beach in Aberdovey.
Dogs are restricted on the beach along the promenade from April through September, however are allowed on the either side of the main beach all year round.
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Getting To Tywyn Beach
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