The small village of Llanaber has a sandy beach backed by a sea wall, which protects the railway. Some layby parking is available on the A496 outside a cemetery, and access to the shore is by one of two footpaths. The first of these leaves the road south of the cemetery, crosses the railway by a footbridge and continues south between the railway and a sea defence wall of boulders. The better option, which is signposted to the station (Llanaber) crosses the railway and leads to a ramp down to the shore. The tide comes right up to the sea wall, and access to the beach from Llanaber is only possible during the low tide period.