Nefyn, Gwynedd, LL53 6ED
Following a landslide at the beach in Nefyn on 19 April arrangements have been made for an initial investigation of the cliff to be carried out.
In the meantime, we are urging members of the public not to visit the area for the time being.
Nefyn’s two-mile long sweep of sands line a sheltered bay and natural harbour on the Llŷn Heritage Coast. The beach of fine sand is popular with fishermen, while watersports enthusiasts revel in the variety of conditions – the crescent of sands faces north-west from one side and north-east from the other, creating different conditions for surfers, windsurfers and kite surfers. The views are good too – especially across to the Iron Age hillfort of Garn Boduan and Yr Eifl mountains. Please take care when walking down to the beach, since many paths are quite steep. There are dog restriction areas on the beach as well as a boat exclusion zone. On the headland above there’s a famous championship standard – and extremely challenging – golf course. Local facilities include car parking and toilets.
- Public transport nearby
- Disabled Access