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Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth)

| Llyn Peninsula, Abersoch LL53 7LG, Wales
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So nice

If you want to do some epic bodyboarding, beach cricket, dog walking or just get away from the... read more

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hdjdkmROCKET
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Bramhall, United Kingdom
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Excellent

Lovely walk to the beach and when you get there you feel away from the hustle and bustle of... read more

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Tom_Williams2528
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“great beach” (7 reviews)
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| Llyn Peninsula, Abersoch LL53 7LG, Wales
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you want to do some epic bodyboarding, beach cricket, dog walking or just get away from the hustle and bustle of abersoch I would really recommend coming here as it's really nice for all of these So.... if you're near..... What are you waiting...More

Thank hdjdkmROCKET
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lovely walk to the beach and when you get there you feel away from the hustle and bustle of Abersoch. Great for surfurs, bodyboarders and great for beach cricket if you walk down a bit. Also you can build stone towers. Amazing!

Thank Tom_Williams2528
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

But be careful of the rip tides. The beach is huge. Car parking is tight and you have to park along the road and walk a fair distance to the beach. I would say that, no matter how many people turn up, it will never...More

Thank Andrew_C_Cannon
Reviewed 1 week ago

Gorgeous, peaceful beach - rocky above the tide line which adds to the atmosphere and the crashing waves, really interesting sand dunes & a range of wildlife. The car park is small, so go early or late, or park further away & enjoy the walk....More

Thank annettesjl
Reviewed 1 week ago

A huge expanse of coastline, so plenty of space for the surfers (our boys enjoyed a lesson with OffAxis), body boarders, paddlers, SUP's etc. Good for kites, a bit rocky before tide is out, but quiet for families wanting more space. Dog friendly, sand dunes...More

Thank juanita4252
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Awesome beach great surf and has fab burger van at really good prices. Cheese burger £2.50 Hot Dog £1.50.

Thank Daz G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Spectacular with big waves on a windy south-westerly day. Still beautiful on a less windy day: excellent for a long walk on the sand. Plenty of fun in the water, but make sure you know where the rip-tides are.

Thank Charlie P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely long beach with super views. Good for wind surfing and flying kites. Have to park cars on road and walk on path through field.

Thank HazelMD15
Reviewed 3 July 2017

A huge beach with superb surfing - great to walk or run along the breakers are incredible when there is a storm. Only a small car park but it is on the coastal path. No facilities so go prepared but it is a really wild...More

1  Thank Kathryn W
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Visited on a wild and windy day, 28 June 2017. Positively prehistoric, and barely a sign of human habitation anywhere to be seen. Framed by rocky cliffs and remote-looking hills at either end of the wide and stony bay, I was half expecting to see...More

Thank john b
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Louise H
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Yes, dogs are always welcome on the beach :)
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