SEVERAL bank holidays are fast approaching and you might be planning what you could do with your time off. 

Luckily, we have put together a list of some of the best Welsh beaches you could visit as we head towards summer.


Rhyl Beach, Wales

A trip to this beach will take 2 hours and 50 minutes and is 147 miles away from Worcester. 

Although this beach is slightly further away from Worcester, there are many perks to this beach.

Worcester News: Rhyl Beach, WalesRhyl Beach, Wales (Image: NQ)

The main beach at Rhyl is a vast expanse of sand stretching for around two miles from the Clwyd Estuary to Splash Point.

Rhyl Beach becomes even more enormous as the tide goes out, sometimes requiring a walk of nearly half a mile to dip your toes in the sea.

Rhossili Bay, Wales

This beach is two hours and 40 minutes away from Worcester and is 131 miles away.

The beach has up to three miles of sand which serves as a perfect stroll at any time of the day.

Visitors could also take the footpath along the clifftops which provides stunning views before leading walkers past the Sunflower field and down the rockpools.

Barafundle Beach, Pembrokeshire

This beach will take you about three hours and 11 minutes to get to from Worcester and it is roughly 178 miles away.

The sandy beach was named as one of the world's best beaches in the world in Passport Magazine's list of top 25 beaches across the globe in 2017.

The sandy beach is best known for its calm water which is surrounded by dunes. 

Visitors can also enjoy a scenic route on the sandy beach and take in the stunning views.

Mwnt Beach, Ceredigion Coast 

Mwent Beach is about three hours and a half drive away from the city and about 133 miles.

This sandy beach on the Ceredigion coast is popular for spotting dolphins, seals, and other wildlife.