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Porthcawl: Newton Beach - Fishing in Wales

Porthcawl: Newton Beach

Porthcawl has fishing from Newton Beach to the east of Porthcawl, which is a long sandy and rocky beach which runs from the estuary of the River Ogmore round to meet Trecco Bay. It fishes onto a mixed rocky and sandy bottom.

Fish caught in the Porthcawl area include gurnard, bass, rays, pollack, mullet, conger, mackerel.

Newton Beach is reached by following the “Newton” signs off the A4106 at the first roundabout east of Porthcawl. From this road, Bridgend Road, take the second left turn into Clevis Crescent. Go down this road until a crossroads by a church. Carry straight on here down Beach Road, which leads to the western end of the beach. Parking is available.

Porthcawl also has fishing from a pier, several beaches and rock marks.

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Porthcawl: Newton Beach


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