Beaches

The magnificent sandy beach is just 30 metres from the apartment

Coastal Park Beaches

Llanelli Beach
For many years Llanelli beach was a well kept secret, known only to people living in the locality. Today the Coastal Park and stunning promenade has made it a popular destination for visitors. The sandy beach stretches for approximately one mile from the Loughor estuary towards Pwll and Bury Port.

At one end are the North Dock dunes, a nature reserve and home to many specialist plants such as sea holly and animals that have adapted to withstand the dry sandy conditions.

In the nearby Discovery Centre you will find a visitors centre, tourist information, two speciality ice cream kiosks and the first floor Flanagans cafe with its wonderful views and outside terrace, where they offer a good selection of light lunches, home made cakes, snacks and drinks.


Bury Port
Bury Port has two sandy beaches, one to each side of the harbour. Bury Port has the newest marina in Wales with a 450 berth capacity. Also housed here is the local RNLI lifeboat station.


Pembrey Beach
Pembrey beach stretches 8 miles from Bury Port harbour to Tywyn point near Kidwelly. The fine sandy beach is dune lined and behind the dunes lies Pembrey Country Park and Saltings nature reserve.

Pembrey Country Park facilities include a dry ski slope, toboggan run, Segway course, miniature railway, orienteering course, picnic areas, visitor centre, restaurant, cafe and ice cream parlour. There are also many nature trails, forest walks and cycle tracks across the Country Park.


The Gower Peninsula
The Gower Peninsula was the first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the UK and has many splendid beaches and beautiful bays, some only accessible on foot whilst others provide good access with car parking and facilities close to the beach.

The Gower beaches include: Caswell Bay, Three Cliffs Bay, Oxwich Bay, Port Eynon, Rhossili Bay and Broughton Bay.