Look west and you will find dramatic cliffs with a wealth of rock pools and wild cliff top paths – this area was used during World War II for practising the ‘D-Day’ landings! To the east, one of Wales’ longest sandy beaches, home to historic land speed records and a part time MOD firing range, stretches into the distance. At the far end of this expanse, huge cockle beds are harvested all year round. Seaside Award beach. Toilets and parking adjacent to the beach; cafes, restaurants and shops just off the beach entrance. Lifeguard service provided 10:00 – 18:00 7 July to 2 September 2018. Dogs not allowed between the slipways May to end September.