UniquenessThe sunset watched here, how different is it from the others?
VisibilityIs the sunset likely to be seen from the location?
AccessibilityHow easy is it to get to the location? ("-" means the location cannot be revisited at will)
CrowdHow busy is the location? ("-" means the location has no public access or I was on the move)
OverallIs this location worth a sunset visit?
Aberavon Beach, also known as Aberavon Sands, is a 3-mile stretch of sandy beach on the north-eastern edge of Swansea Bay in Port Talbot, Wales. With its high breaker waves, it is popular with surfers. A traditional “bucket and spade” resort for the South Wales Valleys during the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s, Aberavon Beach was once an area of sand dunes known as Aberavon Burrows. Changing economic and social conditions led to the decline of the resort. Concerns have been expressed about coastal erosion affecting Aberavon Beach and various other beaches in Swansea Bay.
- A very nice sandy beach although it doesn’t offer much differentiation to sunset setup.
- Nice visibility to the sunset with its wide open environment.
- Have to come here by car, though it is quite easy to locate.
- A very idle beach during the evening with almost no one around.
Location of the Sunset