Anglesey coast and beaches
This is Newborough beach on the Isle of Anglesey. A firm favourite amongst the locals but plenty of space to relax and still not feel crowded. A stroll along this sandy beach will eventually get you to Llanddwyn Island, a beautiful romantic spot famous for its lighthouse and lighthouse keepers cottages. Newborough forest is also on the edge of the beach with its conifers and pines set amidst the sand dunes which also offer great dune jumping opportunities for the kids!
This is Llanddona beach.
A beautiful place hidden away from the masses, but fairly close to the town of Beaumaris.
A bit pebbly when the tide is in but as the tide goes out its golden sand all the way. Also stays shallow for ages so good for paddling and bathing. Beautiful sunsets too!
There is a small kiosk and toilet block open in daytime, so handy for an ice cream or two.
There is a pub at the top of the hill that serve food until 8pm, and they also do fish & chips freshly made to take away. yum yum!
A family friendly beach and town with cafes, restaurants and shops. Its sandy beach is popular with visitors because its clean, easy to get to and has excellent local amenities. Just half an hours drive from Bethesda.
Either side of Rhosneigr the coastline becomes more rugged. Rockhoppers delight