Photo: panorama of the beach.
Beach sports info:
Click to select (distance).
Dwygyfylchi isn't treated as an independent beach by Blue Flag
(and wouldn't qualify due to lack of infrastructure).
See the page for adjacent Penmaenmawr.
The Marine Conservation Society doesn't list Dwy either. Penmaenmawr has currently their top recommended rating. We can reasonably assume that the water at Dwy is similarly clean.
This is the nearest beach to TyF: about 15 minutes on foot. Popular with locals and dog owners, a pleasant sand
and shingle beach with some grassy dunes and splendid views across the sea to the Orme, Anglesey and Puffin Island.
In common with all the coastline hereabouts, low tide provides vast expanses to roam on.
The beach is of course contiguous with Penmaenmawr beach (view, right).
From TyF go down Old Mill Road (or prefer the nice path by the stream) and turn left.
Opposite a bus stop, and by the parish hall,
is a public footpath ("llwybr cyhoeddus") marked with horse and bike signs.
Follow this (left then right) to the footbridge (arrowed, pic) over the A55 and railway.
This approach can reasonably be considered safe for unaccompanied children.
As above, past the footpath then turn right down Maes y Llan (opposite school patrol sign), park discreetly and walk the short distance to the bridge.