Situated next to Porthdinllaen on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula, Nefyn’s two-mile long sweep of sands line a sheltered bay and natural harbour on the Lleyn Heritage Coast. The beach of fine sand is popular with fishermen, while water sports enthusiasts enjoy the variety of conditions – the crescent of sands faces north-west from one side and north-east from the other, creating different conditions for surfers, windsurfers and kite surfers. The small, picturesque fishing hamlet of Porthdinllaen is famous for its pub, the Ty Coch, which lies at the top of the beach. Toilets and refreshments at Morfa Nefyn, more facilities at the town of Nefyn. Dogs restrictions apply April to end September.