Some of the less well-known beaches, ideal for escaping the crowds (listed from South to North).
'Secret Beaches' are those which you won't normally find in the official guides, usually because they're remote or, sometimes difficult to reach. If you really want to find your own beach on a hot day, you need to head for north Pembrokeshire, the northern coast of the Llyn Peninsula or the northern half of Anglesey. Mowingword Bay in Pembrokeshire has to be the ultimate 'secret' beach and easily the most spectacular, with huge walk-through caves, a sea stack and a blow-hole, but unfortunately it's not acccessible on foot.
Below are some of the best Secret Beaches that Wales and Somerset have to offer :