Whitesands Bay - Fishing in Wales

Whitesands Bay

Whitesands Bay, also known as Traeth Mawr (Big Beach), is mainly clean sand with patches of shingle and bounded by rocky headlands.

Fish caught include bass, rays, tope, flounders, dabs, turbot, codling, plaice, dogfish, whiting.

From St David’s take the B4583 to Whitesands Bay (Traeth Mawr), where there is a car park.

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Whitesands Bay

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