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Morfa Dyffryn

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Morfa Dyffryn

Morfa Dyffryn is a long sandy beach, backed by some impressive dunes and is Wales's only official naturist beach. The area set aside for this begins approximately ½ mile north of the main access point and extends northwards for just over ½ mile. Signs on the beach mark the start of the zone. Behind the dunes is a holiday park, which has a parking area (on grass) for beach visitors. This is attended during busy periods and has a 6' 6" height restriction. The holiday park is reached by taking the road for Bennar beach from the A496 and turning right about ½ mile after the level crossing. From the car park access to the beach is a walk of about 200 yards across the dunes. Swimming is generally safe and dogs are allowed at all times.

Facilities include a shop at the holiday park, a rail station (Dyffryn Ardudwy), which is about 1 mile from the beach, and a pub (the Cadwgan Inn) next to the rail station. The photos were taken at high tide.

The naturist areaThe naturist area
The naturist area
The naturist area
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