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Burry Port Beach

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Burry Port Beach

Burry Port's harbour, once used for shipping coal from the nearby valleys is now a picturesque marina for pleasure craft. On either side are sandy beaches. Eastwards the sandy shore continues for about a mile backed by low dunes and a cycle path to Llanelli. To the west is a good size sandy beach, leading to a long sandy inlet backed by dunes and a cycle path to Pembrey.

The harbour has plenty of inexpensive P&D car parking, and at the bottom end of Heol Vaughan (about 300 yards to the west) there is a small free parking area just a short walk from the beach. Facilities include toilets, cycle parking, plenty of seating, a cafe (west side of harbour) and catering vans in summer.

Dogs are allowed at all times on the beaches. Signs warn against swimming and the danger of sandbanks.

The village of Burry Port is a 5 minute walk away and has a railway station (Pembrey & Burry Port), supermarket, cafe, takeaways, a cycle shop and pubs.

The harbour channelThe harbour channel
East of the harbourEast of the harbour
Alongside the cycle path to PembreyAlongside the cycle path to Pembrey
The harbour channel
The harbour channel
East of the harbour
East of the harbour
Alongside the cycle path to Pembrey
Alongside the cycle path to Pembrey
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