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 [...]
Blue Flag beaches in Isle Of Anglesey, United Kingdom, the Blue Flag award is a prestigious, international award scheme that aims to provide an assurance to tourists that a beach has met a minimum standard. To collect a Blue Flag any UK and Ireland beach must achieve the highest quality of water, facilities, safety, environmental education and management.
Below we list the current Isle Of Anglesey beaches holding the Blue Flag award.
Benllech beach is a sandy beach, approximately 1.25 km in length, ideal for families with some organised activities and rock pools. Popular for sea kayaking and fishing. Benllech is known Read more [...]
Trearddur Bay beach is a small sandy beach sheltered with rocks at either end. Popular beach for watersports. Facilities include parking, toilets, promenade, shop, pub and slipway.
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 [...]
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 [...]
Llanddwyn Beach is a large sandy beach with dunes on the south-western tip of Anglesey. Newborough Warren National Nature Reserve and forest is just behind the beach giving it an amazing Read more [...]