Whitford boasts A two mile stretch of sand that curves from the cliffs of Broughton Bay towards Whitford Point . It is difficult to get to, with no real access for cars and a long walk through the dunes of Whitford Burrows. Even during the height of summer, the beach is likely to be virtually desserted. This obviously makes it ideal for beach based sports such as kite-buggying or landsailing, if you can be bothered to carry all the necessary equipment for an hour though the dunes. The ebb and flow of the tide into the Burry Estuary creates some strange currents so swimming or other watersports from this beach can be risky.
A walk through the National Trust owned dunes to Whitford Point and its views across the shifting sands and currents of Burry Estuary is a definate must for those seeking solitude.