The Barmouth Town Council would like to welcome you to the Barmouth Webcam site and hope the site brings you as much joy as the town does its self.
Showing the picturesque views from Barmouth Harbour heading towards Barmouth Bridge up the Mawddach estuary.
From the point you will see views leading up the Mawddach Estuary leading back down to the mountain views of Fairbourne.
Showing views of the golden sandy beaches and the promenade with the stunning palm trees and benches sponsors of BRIG.
Barmouth Town is a seaside resort situated on the North West coast of Wales on the mouth of the Mawddach Estuary it is set against the back drops of the Welsh mountains and the sea. The Mawddach Estuary has the famous 900yard Wooden bridge (known as Barmouth Bridge) which was built in 1867 this was to carry the railway line along the Cambrian coast. Today the bridge continues to be used to transport the local trains and it can also be used for pedestrians for a small fee which is really priceless when you see the views that are to be had whilst walking the Mawddach trail as it is known as today. Barmouth Harbour is a beautiful area to go and visit, why not make the most of one of the many eating establishments and watch the local fisher men coming and going and enjoy the panoramic views.