Porthor, otherwise known as Whistling Sands (and yes they do whistle) is one of the National Trust’s top ten picnic spots. Why? Here are six good reasons: http://www.qualitycottages.co.uk/aroundwales/whistling-sands-south-lleyn
Swanlake Bay Pembrokeshire
Penbryn is owned by the National Trust
Poppit Sands, my last beach in Pembrokeshire, and picnic spot at lunchtime. Heading up the estuary towards Cardigan and northwards into a new county, Ceredigion/Cardiganshire.
Newgale Beach in #Pembrokeshire is popular for surfing, sea kayaking, kite surfing and family fun. 3 miles of unspoilt golden sands backed by a huge storm bank of pebbles, rugged sea cliffs and a small village. #amazingbeaches
The Bluestones Monument on Mynachlog-ddu Common This is a modern monument to the blustones of the Preseli hills, which provided much material for megalithic builders.....
Solitude and stargazing on Penbryn Beach in Ceredigion | This Is Your KingdomThis Is Your Kingdom