Morfa Dyffryn Naturist Beach

Morfa Dyffryn Naturist Beach

GPS: Lat: 52.79555 - Lon: -4.13807
Popular, official naturist beach. When you get to the beach turn right, and walk until you reach the naturist section - signposted.



Visited the beach for the first time today, have been wanting to go for a while and finally had an opportunity today. Clear blue skies, gentle breeze, just perfect. I'm 20 and this was my first experience of being naked in public, was a little nervous to start with but even though it was pretty busy today I found a relatively quiet spot to get stripped off. Was also a little nervous being a single guy (simply because I don't know anybody to take with me!) but there was a good mix of couples and singles so this wasn't an issue. Nobody bothered me and several people said hi which put me at ease. It was mainly an older crowd, would have been nice if a few more younger people but it was a weekday and I guess this is typical. Its a good size beach so you don't have to get too close to other people if you don't want to. Once I felt more relaxed I went for a stroll up and down and also a swim. Overall a great experience and look forward to visiting again soon. Would definitely recommend to anybody wanting a safe place to give it a go.



if you are a couple and like having single middle aged men continually walking close by to ogle your wife, then it's the beach for you. Generally seems to be mainly single middle aged men beach. Alas we will not be revisiting.



went to thos beach twice while holidaying in the area. It was my first time to a nudist beach and it was amazing to strip off and sunbathe and swim naked. I will be back when in the area again, so glad I found out about it before I went



A very wonderful day on the beach today. A really nice breeze but not sand blasted. Water was too cold to swim for us though several did. Loads of single men which was a bit odd. Didn't speak to anyone but lot's of friendly banter around. Thoroughly good day! Great beach! Wife & I very happy & look forward to going back ASAP.



Im a straight male who visited Morfa last year for the first time after experiencing a nudist beach on holiday abroad.

I absolutely loved it!!!! arrived on a saturday morning parked in the nearby car park and strolled along the beach which was fairly busy for about 10mins until i reached the sign for the nudist section.

I was a little nervous as there were around 10 to 15 people there couples and singles, so i decided to walk past the main crowd and found an empty section of the beach were i stripped off and felt the warmth on my body.....oh what a feeling. so after a while of laying back and enjoying the views and watching clothed and naked people passing by I built up the nerve and moved back to the crowd.

I thought "what the hell have nothing to lose" so i walked right into the middle of everyone and was greeted with hello and waves from couples (mainly the women) so i found a spot inbetween two couples layback and enjoyed the rest of my day naked in the sun.

I can't wait to go back!!!!!!


Day Stripper

I work six days a week and it's a treat to arrange a day off and take a trip to this beach, to strip off and walk with the wind blowing around your body, and the sea between your toes. Once you have done it you will know what I mean.
It's true there are a few that stand on the top of the Dunes and look, it does spoil it a bit.
But on the whole its a superb place to be naked and free.



Visited this beach for the first time last week and loved it. Went during the week and although there were a few people walking along the beach, the nudist section was pretty quiet. I'm 19 and the couple of other nudists I saw looked a fair bit older, but I guess that's the same at most nude beaches in the UK.

It was only my 2nd visit to a nude beach so I'm still a bit shy about stripping off - was nice to have so much open space and a quiet beach. As I was walking naked along the nudist section though, a couple of clothed girls who looked about 16 seemed to make a point of walking over in my direction. I felt a bit embarrassed as they passed just a couple of metres away, especially as both of them were staring at my penis. They both smiled but I still felt a bit awkward!

Will definitely go back and would recommend the beach, think I'll try walking by the sea rather than middle of the beach next time though.



I visited this beach and walked to shell island. Nothing better than taking off all your clothes,walking freely.

I found the experience exilarating. Wind blowing, the sea air and taking off your clothes allows you to be one with nature. It helped me to load the stress of life! Just to accept myself, and not to worry about what i looked like or what i had to wear. No one can rob you for you money when you have no clothes on.

I stopped and chatted to many men and a few couples over my holiday and i made good friends and no one was rude. people just accepting themselves.


We were born naked. It is not our bodies that are rude it is our minds. So if anyone next time i am there thinks bad things about me to be rude that's up to them. I will sit in the dunes and cast my eyes out to sea. For when your closest and one with the natural elements of nature you find yourself. Such beauty of life and all thats good with creation.

Be bold, enjoy and don't let others spoil it! Most people just need to get a life or let those of us just be left to chill.......with no clothes on.

take care

and thanks to wales.there are few places that allow you to relax these days. moutains, sand sea and people to chat to great dyffryn i love you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My only request is could do with a man on a bike selling icecreams on the beach!!!!!!!!!! Said man because don't want to ask woman for 99.



As a gay man who sunbathes in the dunes I am certainly not a creep. I have however seen a number of creepy characters. The creepy individuals are often fully clothed and seem to be more interested in women than men. It is not helped by a couple of Sunday tabloids which have listed MD as a dogging area (naturists and the local police disagree with this assessment). I am sad to say I have seen opposite sex couples driven off the dunes because the female half was pestered by a group of these types. I find a simple "get lost" works wonders in getting rid of them and would recommend this course of action to couples. For more persistent or intimidating characters do not hesitate to ring 101 which in Wales will put you in touch with the local police station.



i go to this beach a lot and can say the so called creeps in the dunes are mostly gay men .not pervs looking down on the beach .if you go into the dunes you get some great views of the mountains snowdon etc,and its good place to be if windy ..sea is clear .recomend anyone to go ..and go in dunes no one bothers you if you do ....


Joe & Jess

A fantastic sandy beach, a perfect place to be on a hot sunny day.

You sometimes get a few creeps lurking in the dunes but het seems to happen in any country where beach nudity is relatively uncommon.


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