Treath Crigyll beach if the northern of Rhosneigr two beaches, a sandy beach with lots of space at low tide. Popular kitesurfing, windsurfing and surfing beach although you need to keep Read more [...]
Find The Nearest Beach Isle Of Anglesey
Planning a trip to the Isle of Anglesey in Wales and looking for the nearest beach. Anglesey’s entire 201 km coastline has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The Anglesey east and west coastline has some great sandy beaches whilst the northern coastline has dramatic cliffs interspersed with small coves.
Finding the right Anglesey beach is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search at the top of the page to plan your next Anglesey beach visit.
Porth Dafarch beach is a sandy beach within a sheltered cove. A great location for families as it is sheltered and has rocks and rock pools to explore and provides Read more [...]
Church Bay also known as Porth Swtan, is a small rock/pebble/sand mixed beach, located on the north coast of Anglesey, facing west overlooking Holyhead. The bay is so named Church Bay Read more [...]
Rhosneigr beach is a sandy beach popular with windsurfers and kitesurfers. This is the southern of the two Rhosneigr beaches that are separated by rocks. Parking, facilities and cafes can Read more [...]
Porth Trecastle beach is sandy beach tucked away in a cove below the burial chamber of Barclodiad y Gawres on the headland above. The beach is popular for fishing, surfing, Read more [...]
Porth Nobla beach is a sandy beach tucked under the cliffs of the headland an the beach is dotted with rock pools. Only space for a few cars and the nearest Read more [...]
Porth Forllwyd is a small sandy beach edged by rocks and sits East of the larger sandy Lligwy Bay. No facilities and the best access is to park at Lligwy Read more [...]
Llanfaelog beach is a largely sandy beach backed by sand dunes. This is in the middle of a large stretch of sand and is within easy reach of both Llanfaelog village and Rhosneigr. Read more [...]
Belgian promenade, although not strictly a beach as beyond the wall is mud, this is a great location to get close to Menai straights and see the Menai Suspension bridge Read more [...]
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 Read more [...]
Borth Wen beach is a south facing curving sandy beach but at high tide you are left with mainly shingle. The beach is backed by marram grass covered dunes that Read more [...]
Bull Bay (Porthllechog Cove) beach is a pebble and rocky beach between Llaneilian and Cemaes on the northern coast of Anglesey. This is a popular location for diving and boating Read more [...]