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Glamorgan Heritage Coast

Dunraven Bay Stretching for 14 glorious miles and running from West Aberthaw to Porthcawl the Glamorgan Heritage Coast is an area of outstanding natural beauty and some of the most unspoilt beaches in South Wales...
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Burry Holms - Gower Peninsular

Burry HolmsBurry Holms is a small tidal island just off the beach in the northern point of Rhossili Bay which can be reached on foot tide permitting. This is a great beach for mooching around in rock pools with older children and for exploring.
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Oxwich Bay - Gower Peninsular

Oxwich BayOxwich is a very popular beach and is made up of a huge expanse of golden sand backed by dunes. Accesses via the very pretty village of Oxwich the bay is a hotspot for watersports including sailing, skiing and windsurfing.
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Harlech Beach - Gwynedd

Harlech beachOne of the finest beaches in Wales and featured in the Visit Wales ad campaign, Harlech beach is also a site of Special Scientific Interest and is generally a quiet beach.
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Aberporth Beach - Ceredigion

AberporthSituated on the Ceredigion Marine Heritage Coast, Aberporth has two nice sandy beach both of which have rock pools at low tide - great for mooching around in with the kids...
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Whitesands Bay Beach - Pembrokeshire

Whitesands BayLying beneath the hill of Carn Llidi and just two miles from St David's, Whitesands Bay is an impressive expanse of curving white sand. popular with both families and surfers alike...
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