Active Rhosneigr and Aberffraw Area
This is the place to be when the temptation to just flop on the beach has passed and you are feeling ready to grab the adventures on your doorstep!
If you are lucky enough to have a large van to pack your surfboards, windsurfers or paddle boards then grab them and head on down to the beach to make the most of the incredible sea conditions. On windy days you can see why so many competitions are held here! There are a few hire shops in Rhosneigr who also offer lessons if you would like to try a new adventure.
If you would like a different water based challenge then why not try your hand at fishing. Rhosneigr and the surrounding beaches offer incredible fishing opportunities for the novice and the more advanced fishermen amongst you. Hire a boat, join a fishing trip or set off in your own vessel for off-shore fishing. For those of you who would like to keep your feet firmly on the shore then there are a number of highly recommended areas to ensure you are still challenged and enjoy your catch all the more as a result!
Enough of the sea ? Grab your golf bags and get ready to tee off at the local golf club. An 18 hole course set in a wildlife conservation area – a challenging terrain and numerous streams await you.
The coastal walk is right on your doorstep, boots on, backpacks packed with hastily made sandwiches and water bottles at the ready. Grab your camera as the scenery is stunning whichever path you choose to take that day. Plot your course and aim for any number of pubs to celebrate completing the route or to pause midway to rest your feet ready for the next challenge.
If you prefer a faster pace then why not take advantage of the Anglesey Cycle Path in this area. The “Giach” tour starts and finishes in Aberffraw and is well worth doing. Not enough room to bring your bicycles – not a problem. Pop along to Llys Llewelyn Tea Room in Aberffraw and where you can arrange bicycle hire for as short or long as you wish.
Still not fast enough? Take advantage of our links with The Anglesey Circuit/ Trac Môn and book the speed junkies dream adventure. With all sorts of courses available for the beginner to the more advanced drivers there will be something to thrill everyone. Just want to watch the racing? Not a problem that can be arranged too – motorbikes or cars your choice!
Anglesey Golf Club
Set amongst sand dunes and heathland in an important wildlife conservation area. It is a great course for golfers of all abilities due to its excellent greens and numerous streams.
Windsurfing, Kitesurfing, Surfing and Kayaking
Contact Funsport Rhosneigr to arrange lessons and kit hire. They are a great team and full of enthusiasm. It’s addictive so be warned!
Windsurfing, Paddle Boarding, Kitesurfing
Gecko Surf can arrange lessons and the loan or purchase of all equipment needed. A family run firm who work hard to make sure you have the best experience.
Anglesey Circuit / Trac Môn
An outstanding venue for amateurs and professionals alike with fantastic vantage points for spectators. Whether you enjoy racing with two or four wheels there is something for everyone.
There are numerous sites around Rhosneigr and Aberffraw for both shore and boat angling, offering many species of fish and plentiful catches.
Tennis & Bowls
There are excellent facilities in Rhosneigr for both tennis and bowling just opposite the golf club. It is a good idea to book early as this facility is very popular in summer.
Beginners and more advanced sailors will enjoy sailing in the main bay off Town Beach with the opportunity to sail further afield towards Rhoscolyn.
Scuba Diving Anglesey
South West Anglesey offers incredible diving opportunities and is amongst the best in the UK. With a huge number of wrecks and incredible wildlife, even in shallow waters.
There is outstanding cycling around the Rhosneigr area including the Giach Tour which begins in Aberffraw.
Download the Visit Anglesey cycling route map to help plan your routes.
The Anglesey Coastal Path runs straight through Aberffraw and Rhosneigr. Start the section from Aberffraw to Llyn Rhos-ddu or complete the Four-Mile Bridge to Aberrffraw section.