St. Davids beach is sandy and is really the point that marks the easterly end of Bennlech beach on the western side of Red Wharf Bay.
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.
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 [...]
Aberffraw Bay (Traeth Mawr) is a large and wide curving sandy bay with sand dunes. This is an Area of Special Scientific Interest and the coastal path goes along north Read more [...]
Porth Tywyn Mawr means Sandy Beach and this is what you get, a very family friendly sandy beach. Popular place for all watersports, including, windsurfing, sea kayaking, sailing, swimming and Read more [...]
Llanddona beach is a good sized family sandy beach that shelves at a decent but not alarming rate. This north east facing beach is located on the eastern side of Read more [...]
Bychan beach (Traeth Bychan) is a sandy bay that is very popular with watersports. The beach faces eastwards and is one of the more sheltered on the Island of Anglesey. Read more [...]
Cemaes Bay is an inlet between the headlands of Wylfa Head and Llanbadrig Point facing north into the Irish Sea. The bay is split into two beaches either side of the 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 [...]
Cemlyn Bay is a bay on the northwest coast of Anglesey to the west of Wylfa nuclear power station. The beach is pebble and has sand as the tide goes out, but 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 [...]
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 Wylfa beach is a small remote beach in a sheltered bay. No facilities.