Dinas Dinlle BeachDinas Dinlle, Snowdonia

Dinas Dinlle Beach, Dinas Dinlle, Snowdona, North Wales


The spacious award-winning Blue Flag beach at Dinas Dinlle has incredible views on the northern coast of the Llŷn Peninsula between Caernarfon and Pontllyfni.

The clear, clean blue waters of the expansive beach, easy access via two slipways, and SSSI status make it an enjoyable destination for the whole family. With beachside cafes, a fish and chip shop, ice creams and free parking virtually on the beach, what more could you want!

Description

Situated in front of the tiny village of Dinas Dinlle, the beach runs parallel to a convenient promenade, beneath which is a pebbly shelf and beyond that great sand. It is the sort of beach that seems to get bigger and bigger as the day goes on and the tides retreats! The beach is easy to access and its size and location make it popular for many activities including fishing, boating, surfing and relaxing. The beach offers a great deal and has facilities within a two-minute walk from the sand. The beach shelves gently and so the shallow water is great for little ones wanting to paddle.

The beach is a haven for wildlife and the special habitats behind it make it a key breeding and nesting area for birds such as lapwings, ringed plovers and skylarks. A short walk behind the beach with a pair of binoculars can be very rewarding!

At a glance
  • The Blue Flag Award means you can be sure of incredible water quality which makes it a great beach for swimming.

  • On a clear day, you can see as far as Llanddwyn Isle off Anglesey and right down the Llŷn Peninsula.

  • The contrast in the numbers of people is quite dramatic between winter and summer when the population of the tiny village swells considerably.

  • The beach is very popular with watersports enthusiasts and the two slipways make launching easy.

  • Access down onto the sand is made easy for those less mobile with designated points for wheelchairs.

Facilities & info
Beach info
Top tips
Dangers
Flora & Fauna
Weather & tide
Activities
Surfing

There’s a designated area for those wishing to take to the waves which is at the end of the beach closest to the airport. Mid to high tide, with a mid-sized southwest swell and an offshore easterly provides the best waves.

Kitesurfing
Paddleboarding
Sailing

There are two slipways to access the beach so you can launch.

Diving
Swimming

There is a marked bathing area on the main section of the beach.

Windsurfing
Kayaking
Coasteering
Fishing

The beach is known for its bass fishing off the shore.

Disclaimer

You are responsible for your own safety when visiting a suggested beach. We make no representations or warranties as to the accuracy of the information on this site in relation to any of the suggested beaches. While we try to ensure that all beaches on this site are suitable for the purpose for which they are suggested, you should be aware that no beach is entirely safe and all beaches carry a degree of risk to person and property. It is your responsibility to ensure that you mitigate any such inherent risks.

We accept no responsibility for loss or damage to personal effects, personal accident, injury or public liability in relation to a suggested beach on this site (although we do not exclude or limit in any way our liability to you where it would be unlawful to do so). Furthermore, while we try to ensure that all suggested beaches are open to the public, this is liable to change and you should ensure that this is the case before you visit. Please respect private property (including livestock), as we accept no responsibility for trespassing or damage to private property, to either you or any third party. Please take extra care around steep drops on cliff paths. Water quality may vary and be aware that some beaches may not allow dogs.

Always follow advice from relevant authorities, including HM Coastguard and any lifeguards present on the beach. Swimming flags must always be adhered to. Currents can be strong enough to drag even a strong swimmer, and rocks and unexpected shallow or deep water may not always be obvious. Swimming should only be done in calm conditions when supervised from land, ideally by a lifeguard on a flagged beach. Avoid swimming around boats, jet skis or surfers. Check the weather forecast and tide timetables in advance of a visit to a beach. Always pack water and appropriate clothing. Be aware of the risk of sunburn and wear a high-factor sun-cream. Children and pets should be supervised at all times, and dogs should be kept on a lead.

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