Tywyn is a seaside resort on the Cardigan Bay coast of southern Snowdonia, in the county of Gwynedd in west Wales. The town itself lacks character, it seems that an over zealous council has demolished the most historic parts of the town, yet its location between the Dysynni Valley and the Cardigan Bay coast is unsurpassed.
Tywyn Beach: The beach, with extensive sand dunes as a backdrop, stretches from the Dyfi estuary in the south, and is said by some to be one of the best in Britain. Being on the west coast of Wales, the sunsets can be fabulous. Moreover, for those who prefer the concrete beneath their feet rather than sand between their toes Tywyn has a traditional Victorian promenade fronting the town itself.
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