Dinas Dinlle is just four miles form The Woollen Mill and affords amazing views of the Llŷn Peninsula. There’s miles of beach to explore and plenty of parking. The beach is pebbly at high tide but when the tide goes out, a vast expanse of sand is revealed. There are three areas of beach divided by rocky breakers. The central section is just beyond the first parking area you come to which is also home to a fish and chip shop and ice cream parlour. Walk to the left of the fish and chip shop for a quieter area of beach.
Alternatively, keep driving a long the road and you will see several parking areas, all with direct access to the beach. The further along the road you park, the quieter the beach will be, but if you want ready access to the facilities, stay near the village where there are cafes, souvenir shops and toilets.
The water remains shallow seemingly forever and there are no strong currents, so this beach is a great option if you have kids. At low tide, it is good place to look for shells and and there are rock pools to explore which you will find approximately 800 yards to the left of the first parking area. Dinas Dinlle is one of those curious places which looks unpromising as you approach it, but always seems to serve up a great day out!