Morfa Dyffryn Beach, Beaches Dyffryn Ardudwy, Gwynedd - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales

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Cardigan Bay Dyffryn Ardudwy Gwynedd Wales
Morfa Dyffryn Naturist beach, sometimes Morfa Dyffryn Nudist Beach, lies on the coast of Cardigan Bay, close to the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy in the county of Gwynedd. The beach lies in the middle of a 13 mile stretch of glorious coastline between Harlech and Barmouth, in Gwynedd, West Wales. <br><br> Morfa Dyffryn beach is one of the best beaches in Wales, never mind best naturist beach. <br><br> The beach faces the clear waters of the Irish Sea and is a long sandy beach with a large National Nature Reserve within the widespread sand dunes. Morfa Dyffryn beach has been graded as having the highest quality water (2010). Activities on the beach include swimming and walking. <br><br> Passing through the dunes, a footpath leads to Shell Island and further beaches where the shoreline is a good location for bird spotting, of the feathered kind, especially in the winter months. <br><br> Morfa Dyffryn has a large number of sand dunes and has been popular with naturists, or nudists, for many years and in 2000 the local authority took a decision to erect notices designating a section of the beach for naturist use. On sunny summer days up to 500 naturists can be found using Morfa Dyffryn beach. <br><br> The nudist beach is one mile north from the main beach and car park. There are no facilities near the beach, but the main beach has toilets including disabled toilets, litter bins and a campsite.
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