This year, 65 beaches in Wales have won international approval.

34 beaches have been awarded Blue Flags - judged on criteria including water quality, cleanliness, management and safety.

31 beaches obtained Green Coast Awards - given to more isolated locations with fewer facilities.

BLUE FLAG AWARDS

Anglesey

  • Benllech

  • Church Bay

  • Llanddona

  • Porth Dafarch

  • Llanddwyn

  • Trearddur Bay

Bridgend

  • Rest Bay

  • Trecco Bay

Carmarthenshire

  • Cefn Sidan

Ceredigion

  • Aberporth

  • Borth

  • Cilborth

  • Newquay Harbour

  • Tresaith

Gwynedd

  • Aberdaron

  • Abersoch South

  • Barmouth

  • Craig Du Beach Central

  • Morfa Dinlle

  • Pwllheli

Pembrokeshire

  • Amroth

  • Broadhaven Central

  • Coppet Hall

  • Dale

  • Lydstep

  • Newgale

  • Tenby North

  • Tenby South

  • Whitesands

  • Saundersfoot

Swansea

  • Bracelet Bay

  • Caswell Central

  • Langland West

  • Port Eynon West

GREEN COAST AWARDS 2014

Anglesey

  • Borth Wen

  • Cemlyn

  • Porth Nobla, Llanfaelog

  • Cable Bay

  • Porth Tyn Tywyn, Llanfaelog

  • Sandy Beach

  • Rhosneigr

  • Silver Bay, Rhoscolyn

  • St. Davids, Benllech

  • Traeth Crigyll

  • Traeth Mawr, Aberffraw

Ceredigion

  • Llanrhystud

  • Mwnt

  • Penbryn

Denbighshire

  • Marine Lake , Rhyl

Gwynedd

  • Duffryn

  • Fairbourne

  • Harlech North

  • Porth Neigwl

Pembrokeshire

  • Abereiddy

  • Barafundle

  • Broadhaven South

  • Cwm yr Eglwys

  • Druidstone Haven

  • Freshwater East

  • Manorbier

  • Marloes

  • Martin’s Haven

  • Penally

  • Priory Bay, Caldey Island

  • West Dale