Tuesday, September 18, 2007
It's been a bit of a miserable summer this year! Hopefully this video will bring back memories of sunny days spent on Ynyslas beach.
Ynyslas a National Nature Reserve at the mouth of the AfonDyfi (River Dovey), on the shore of Cardigan Bay; in the county of Ceredigion, 241 from London by road.
Ynyslas sand dunes are thought to have been forming since the 13th Century. Dunes are formed when strong, dry winds from North West blow, bringing sand onshore from the sand bars which are located at the entrance to Dyfi estuary, when exposed at low water.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION Ynyslas is a National Nature Reserve. Sand Dunes are extremely fragile and are under intense pressure from the large number of visitors they attract each year. You can minimise damage by walking on designated paths, to avoid unnecessary trampling of the vegetation.
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