Aberdyfi Beach is a popular sandy beach located in the village of Aberdyfi, on the north part of the estuary of the River Dyfi in the county of Gwynedd, Wales. It is a popular visitor attraction, with many returning holidaymakers, particularly from the metropolitan regions of England. The beach sits in an idyllic place where mountains meet the sea. Swimmers must pay attention, there are strong currents around the estuary. The summer months come with yachting regattas, sailboarding contests, rowing regattas and other watersports. No lifeguard service is provided. The southern shore along the Dyfi Estuary makes part of the Dyfi National Nature Reserve.