From the village of Minffordd, a narrow lane leads to a small parking area amongst oak trees overlooking the wide Afon Dwyryd estuary. A small sandy cove is just to the north, whilst to the south the sandy shore is backed by a small area of saltmarsh. Signs warn of strong currents and that swimming is dangerous. Also, be aware that the sand here has very lttle gradient and will flood quickly as high tide approaches. The beach looks out towards the island of Ynys Gifftan in the centre of the estuary.
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