This is a pleasant open beach with a promenade. It is easily accessed from the adjacent town of Abergele.
The upper part of the Pensarn beach consists of shingle. The very top of the shingle bank is populated with various rare plant species. This vegetated area has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. At low tide a flat sandy expanse is revealed, with plenty of space to stretch your legs or build sandcastles.
Although popular with families, many visitors just come for a stroll or a cycle along the coastal cycle track. There are excellent views along the coast towards the Ormes at Llandudno.
On the promenade you will find public toilets and a popular seasonal café and gift shop. There is also a play area here and an amusement arcade. For other supplies head into Abergele where you will find plenty of shops, cafes and pubs.
Between the 1st of May and 30th September one section of the beach is designated as a dog exclusion area.
The promenade is well supplied with car parking space.