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Llanfairfechan’s long stretch of sandy beach at low tide is a delight for families with young children. It has fantastic views of Anglesey, the Menai Strait and the Great Orme. The beach is popular with bathers and has an extensive grassed picnic area with both a children’s play area and model boating lake. The beach is next to the North Wales Coastal Path and Traeth Lafan Nature Reserve which is extremely popular with bird watchers.
This beach is great for a variety of activities including swimming, surfing, sea canoeing, sailing (there is a sailing club here), windsurfing and fishing. For walkers there is the promenade and the Snowdonia National Park is nearby.
There is free parking available for over 100 cars and toilet facilities (including bays for disabled).
There is no lifeguard on the beach.
And remember, please don’t feed the seagulls!
Dogs on the beach
Bringing your dog to the beach can be a massive highlight for you and your pets. We encourage you to ensure your dog is under control at all times both on and off the lead, and to be aware of the restrictions in place at some of our beaches.
In general dogs are not allowed on the beaches (except for registered guide dogs and trained assistance dogs) between 1st May and 30th September, but some may prohibit dogs all year round while others have no restrictions at all to enjoying a seaside stroll with your pets.
We always ask that you pick up after your dog as it is an offence not to clean up immediately.
For more information about facilities available at each of our beaches see Conwy County Borough Council's website.
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