The bathing water is located in a sheltered bay, south facing, and is predominantly sandy in nature with a pebbly foreshore. The beach is backed by the village of Aberdaron, and then agricultural land. The bathing water lies in the Lleyn Peninsula and the Sarnau Special Area of Conservation. To the west is the Glannau Aberdaron Site of Special Scientific Interest and to the east the Wig Bach A'r Glannau I Borth Alwm Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Aberdaron Beach is adjacent to the Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path and the Wales Coast Path.
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The tide at Aberdaron Beach is currently falling. Low tide will be at approximately 6:02 PM, and the next high tide will be at approximately 11:07 PM.
Today's air pollution levels are forecast to be Low
Approximate sea surface temperature: 8.1°CDetailed weather and tides »
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All distances are approximate
Location type: Village
OS Grid: SH172263
Local Authority: Gwynedd
Nearest postcode: LL53 8BE
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