All Places in Isle Of Anglesey
- Silver Bay beach is an isolated sandy beach and great location to get away from the crowds. The bay curves round with either end being low rocky headlands and faces south into Cymyran Bay. At low tide you have a large expanse of sand with rock pools to explore. You have a holiday village that for those fortunate to be staying at has the best access. We belive you can access through the holiday village for a charge.
- Dulas Bay on the Northern coast of Anglesey is divided into a number of beaches. The northern beach is the sand/shingle/mud estuary Traeth Dulas (Dulas Beach); southeast of this is the tiny Traeth Bach (Small Beach) and the sandy Traeth Yr Ora (Beach of The Fortified Landing Place). The estuary passes through Dulas Bay with the Traeth Bach and Traeth Yr Ora separated by a rock outcrop called Craig y Sais (The Saxon Rock) at high tide. Then at low tide, it is possible to walk on the sand between the three beaches although beware not to get caught out by the incoming tide as it can be a long walk around the estuary if caught out. This is a great part of coastline on the Anglesey Coastal Path to explore as further to the south-east you have the beaches of Lligwy Bay. No facilities and parking can be a problem. This stretch of coast is really for the walkers who find it via the Anglesey Coastal Path.
- Point Lynas Lighthouse is situated on the north coast of Anglesey in North Wales. As early as 1766 the need was felt for a station on Anglesey where ships making for Liverpool could pick up pilots. The Liverpool Pilotage Service, after examining several sites, eventually chose Point Lynas. Point Lynas lighthouse has an automatic fog detector which starts the fog signal should the visibility drop to less than two and a half miles.
- Red Wharf Bay (Treath Coch) beach is a lovely sandy and pebble beach and as the tide goes out you get a massive area of sand. You have a lot of sand and shallow water and so the bay attracts a wide selection of wildlife. Popular with watersports enthusiasts. Car parking, small promenade and a pub.