The bay at Morfa Nefyn is fairly shallow, flat water with interesting coast line to explore to the left and right of the access point. To the left is a small harbour area which is very popular. The harbour has a very nice pub so after a day traversing the coastline of the bay it makes for a very refreshing pit stop. The only downside to this location is that the bay is also a very busy launch point for powerboats. They do however only launch from one side and are quickly out to sea, I’ve never had any problems with them when I was there.

How to get there:

Access road to the beach to unload your kayak. You can park on the access road at certain times of the year or alternatively there is a carpark on the headland overlooking the bay.

Facilities:

Toilet block at the end of the access road, pub across the bay and local shop in Morfa Nefyn itself.

Hazards:

As stated power boats and the odd jet ski, but they go out to sea fairly quickly.

Ins and Outs:

As per access road.

Overview:

Nice sheltered bay, very little surf ideal for beginners to intermediates.

Location:

Morfa Nefyn

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