The beach is steep and shelving with strong currents from the Dyfi estuary. A harbour can be found to the east of the beach, with dunes to the north west. The coastal waters and surrounding area are listed as a Ramsar site, and also include the Dyfi Estuary Special Protection Area, the Lleyn Peninsula and Sarnau Special Area of Conservation and the Dyfi Site of Special Scientific Interest, confirming the high conservation status of the area.
Aberdyfi Beach is adjacent to the Wales Coast Path.
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The tide at Aberdyfi Beach is currently falling. Low tide will be at approximately 6:03 AM, and the next high tide will be at approximately 11:23 AM.
Today's air pollution levels are forecast to be LowDetailed weather and tides »
Parking is available.
Dog restrictions apply on certain areas.
No lifeguard cover at this beach
Sufficient water quality
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Location: Aberdyfi (Aberdovey)
Location type: Town
OS Grid: SN612958
Local Authority: Gwynedd Council
Nearest postcode: LL35 0EA
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