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This sandy E facing beach only offers one hour sailing either side of high tide. The best winds are NNE and SSW, either blowing up or down the estuary as this makes ideal cross-shore conditions. If the wind is blowing W, it is better to cross the estuary and sail from Ferryside as there can be a wind shadow at Llansteffan. The water is usually flat making this beach ideal for beginners in light winds and during slack tides. Once again, the tides are the only real dangers and beginners should check that they are not being swept downstream without realising.


Getting there: From Carmarthen, take the B4312 S until you reach Llansteffan. The beach is on the E side of the village

Parking: Close to the beach

Ideal Wind: NNE or SSW

Accomodation: B&B’s and hotels in Llansteffan

Amenities: Café’s, toilets, shops and pubs

Water Quality: P

Suitable for: Beginners at slack tide

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