UK Holiday may conjure up images of old stations packed with rides, but take days to Poppit Sands family and you will see that some places are very different, The beach is located on the Teifi estuary, where the river beautiful Cardigan Bay. It has a long stretch of sand dunes by A combination that makes it one of the most beautiful beaches of the west coast of Wales.
It is also one of the most popular, as the locals like to spend their free time there and the Cardigan area attractions make it a perfect place for a family vacation, Despite the size of the beach means that it never feels crowded and there is plenty of room for all kinds of games and activities.
If you want children want to lose a frisbee, ball or bucket and shovel while you relax for a few hours, you can do so knowing that they do not disturb others, The beach has Blue Flag certification. So you can be sure it is clean enough for children on water and is environmentally friendly if you want to play swim.
Taking a bath is a popular pastime at Poppit Sands at certain times of the year. Although the area where the ocean meets the Teifi can have very strong currents, there are lifeguards all day and they use their expertise and local knowledge to select the parts of the beach that are out to swim well.
You still need to go very far into the water before swimming, which is plenty of room for young children to paddle safely means to start, Poppit Sands is a popular destination for people who love surfing and bodyboarding, while water is also good.
It is also one of the best places in Britain for kite-surfers and kite surfers like this. Lots of space and often have good winds If you do not want to join these activities, you will probably enjoy watching them. The thrill of kite surfers fascinate children and perhaps even encourage them to become active.
There are also many animals in the water can be observed for crustaceans in the rock pools on the beach of seals and porpoises living in the region. There is a school of dolphins living in Cardigan Bay and the observations are not uncommon, but they are more likely to see them on the cliffs above the local beach.