There are so many beaches on Anglesey to choose from but those local to Rhosneigr are just incredible if you enjoy long sandy walks, watersports or rockpooling. Sit amongst the sand dunes on Broad Beach or sand surf down them and run towards the waves, boogie board in hand ready to ride that amazing wave back to shore.
Strike out along the Anglesey Coastal Path and stop at Porth Nobla to admire the views and tuck into those much deserved sandwiches ready to carry on to Aberffraw. Be prepared to fall in love with Aberffraw Beach, its incredible views suck you in and beg you to stay just that little bit longer.
No matter what the weather throws at you a beach walk is magical – with the wind whipping your hair into gravity defying styles or the sun beating down on you, making a paddle in the sea so inviting.
Whatever your mood there is a beach for you nearby, ready to help you relax and enjoy your holiday. Not a care in the world and incredible scenery. The perfect combination to ensure you enjoy your holiday.
Town Beach – Traeth Crigyll
When the surf is up it is incredible to watch all the windsurfers and kite surfers do stunts. Nearby Maelog Lake is consistently calm for learners.
A short distance from Town Beach, provides great conditions for surfing and bodyboarding, although care should be taken as there is a strong current under certain tidal conditions.
Separated from Traeth Crigyll by a rocky outcrop called Ys Feirig, at low tide it is all one beach. This is the perfect place to watch The Red Arrows from as RAF Valley is just behind it.
An incredible beach situated in between Rhosneigr and Aberffraw. Great for sea kayaking and surfing when the winds up. Stay in Tyn Towyn holiday cottage to make the most of this beach.
Hugely popular with excellent sand castle building and rock pooling potential. Close to the town so easy access to restaurants and cafés.
One of Anglesey’s largest and most beautiful south facing beaches that overlooks Snowdonia. Walk along the riverbank to access the beach and be prepared to be impressed.
Walk through Newborough Forest and spot the red squirrels then climb down from the sand dunes onto the most incredible sandy beach. There is wheelchair and pushchair access.
Cable Bay / Porth Tyn Twyn
Located just outside Rhosneigr, Cable and Tyn Twyn offer some of the best surf on Anglesey. There is ample parking at both and Tyn Twyn has toilet facilities.
Porth Cwyfan / Porth China
Two little bays just along from Aberffraw. Renowned for St Cwyfans Church, the Church in the Sea. The beaches are a mixture of sand and rock and ideal for rock pooling. An absolutely stunning location.
Walk along Newborough Beach and cross to Ynys Llanddwyn. A wonderful island to visit, steeped in history and legends galore. Walk to the old lighthouse and enjoy the most incredible views.