Dog friendly beaches in Anglesey

There are so many dog friendly beaches on Anglesey, with no dog restrictions and miles of golden sand to be explored, dug, and sniffed!

Red Wharf Bay / Pentraeth –Huge stretch of golden sand where dogs and children can run for miles! When the tide is out, stroll along the flat terrain, taking in the abundance of wildlife including Dunlins & Oystercatchers

Moelfre – Moelfre is so pretty! The sheltered beach is pebbly, and there is a second beach around the corner to the North.

Lligwy – This sandy beach is wide and sandy, with the glorious white sand dunes behind. You can lose hours meandering along this stretch! There is a small cafe, and if you forget your ‘special’ little bags, they usually have some for you!

Rhoscolyn – Borth Wen. Popular with families. Borth Wen beach it is ideal for bathing & sailing, but when you have had enough relaxing, take a stroll along the coastal path above the cliffs. The renowned White Eagle pub is close by where dogs are welcome in the snug. There is a small car park by the beach however it does get busy during the summer months.

Rhosneigr – Popular with families, however be warned, it does get very busy in the summer months. Just a few yards from this active beach, you will find a variety of restaurants, bars and trendy shops.

Church Bay – A small beach,surrounded by cliffs 100ft tall it has plenty of character and charm and has been awarded a Blue Flag Seaside award with good reason.! It is well known for its 6 o clock waves! Good parking facilities close by

Silver Bay -A beautiful horseshoe of golden sand, backed by pine woods and dunes. Low tide brings rock pools a plenty – perfect for exploring!

Aberffraw Bay – An unspoilt large expanse of beach with parking just far enough away to ensure it doesn’t get too busy! The dunes lead back to the village where you will find a cafe.

Cable Bay Llanfaelog – A little sandy beach with rockpools to explore, surprisingly popular with both visitors and locals alike.

Cemlyn – Shingly moon shaped bay, popular for shore and kayak fishing.

Fydlyn – Secluded shingle beach on the North Western corner of Anglesey. It can be tricky to find, probably easiest accessed by the Coastal Path. Well worth seeking out with rock pools and even caves on the beach.

Llanfaelog Porth Nobla – Between Aberfraw & Rhosneigr, this is a quiet rural beach bordered by cliffs and the headland. Popular for coastal walking with outstanding views of Snowdonia and the mainland.

Lleiniog Beach (also known as Penmon) – On the Eastern side of Anglesey between Penmon & Beaumaris, on the shores of the Menai Straits.

Penmon Point Beach – Fabulous stretch of pebbly beach with a small cafe nearby. The lighthouse sits on the rocky outcrop sounding its warning bell gently, rhythmically – it is really quite hypnotic! You somehow feel you have escaped the madness here.,.

Porth Eilian – Shingle & rock beach, sat between the rocky headland Point Lynas, and the inlet known as Porthyrychen, close to Llaneilian Village. With an abundance of wildlife, you may even spot porpoises and seals!

Porth Tyn Twyn Llanfaelog – A good family beach, popular with windsurfers, surfers and canoeists. Close to Rhosneigr, it is a large sandy beach, yet largely undeveloped.

Porth Wen – Just off the beaten track and just west of Bull Bay, this is an interesting little bay. With a rocky shoreline, low tide reveals plenty of rockpools. Of particular interest is the old brickworks to the Western end of the beach, and the natural stone arch.

White Beach – On the remote North Eastern coast of Anglesey, White beach (probably named because of the white pebbles covering it), is quite a hidden gem. The unpredictable currents make it not safe for swimming, however great for fishing. Access to the beach is by a steep stairway down the cliff.

Traeth Cymyran Rhosneigr – With the RAF Valley base directly behind, this stretch of beach is back by low sand dunes. The currents here can be very dangerous so only swim further down the beach. A fair walk from Rhosneigr, Cymyran beach is never busy, making it ideal for dogs and horses to run to their hearts content.