Beaches – Tide times


Carmarthenshire’s coast is stunningly beautiful, there are miles and miles of pristine coastline, which includes the longest beach in Wales – 8miles of sandy, blue flag beach,  Pembrey country park /Cefn Sidan (Video below)



We also have the famous multiple land speed record beach of Pendine Sands, and the touchdown of Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly across the Atlantic, at Burry Port.

Hidden Beaches of Carmarthenshire from Cyngor Sir Gâr | Carms Council on Vimeo.

The following link will take you to the Discover Carmarthenshire Beaches and coves website CLICK HERE

Llanelli Beach

North Dock @ Millennium Coastal Park

Our nearest beach is Llanelli (3mile drive from our park)  it has a small beach of mostly course sand, backed by a sea wall and low dunes, with stone breakwaters at each end.

There are good facilities here: There is a pay and display car park, and  the building behind the beach houses a café with balcony, indoor / out door seating and toilets.  It is also possible to walk from here along the millennium coastal path to Burry Port and Cefn sidan beach.

From Llanelli beach you can also have a stroll round Sandy water park Llanelli pdf

Tide time tables – For Llanelli beach tide time tables CLICK HERE 

We are also ideally located to visit any beach over the Gower or Pembrokeshire

(Please note – Blue text are links to external websites)