Porth Nefyn is a beach of fine sand and some pebbles with a harbour and whitewashed beach-side cottages at its western end. There are beach huts here and the harbour and high cliffs provide a sheltered area for swimming and sunbathing. A steep lane (Lon y Traeth) leads from Nefyn village to a (free) parking area with space for about 20 cars overlooking the beach. Toilets ♿ are located halfway down the hill. The high peaks of Yr Eifl mountains dominate the skyline to the north-east. Dog restrictions apply west of the car park from April 1st to September 30th. The photos were taken at high tide.