Cemaes Bay

Choose from either of two lovely beaches in Cemes Bay. Traeth Mawr, meaning ‘big beach’, is  obviously the larger of the two, a sweeping bay, rock pools and a promenade. There is a zone (which should be clearly signposted) between 1st May & 30th September where dogs are banned, however dogs are still permitted to […]

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Newborough – Llanddwyn Beach

On the South Western  corner of Anglesey, this gorgeous sandy beach runs along the edge of the forest where the mighty peaks of Snowdonia dominate the skyline on the far side of Caernarfon Bay.  A rather special beach, as it is accessed via the forest! There are many waymarked trails through the forest leading to […]

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Treaddur Bay

To my mind one the prettiest sections of this stunning coastline. Driving round the bends to see an amazing view at every corner is simply fabulous! Two roads lead from the main road through Treaddur Bay down to the pretty bays and coves with the coastal path running past. There is a beautiful large sandy […]

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Beaumaris

Although the sand and shingle beach at Beaumaris doesn’t lend itself particularly well to bathing, it is great for boat trips and enjoying the stunning scenery. Sometimes a nice beach is more than golden sand for miles and miles. Dramatic scenery from a town by the water is just as incredible and well worth a […]

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Benllech

A beach very popular with families for a real bucket and spade day! Sandy, with rock pools perfect for exploring with the children, just what holidays are made of! Just stroll up the road to the village of Benllech,  where you can stop for fish ‘n’ chips, an ice cream and get the sand between […]

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Aberffraw

The beach is delightful and ideal for bathing and is truly dog friendly as dogs are allowed all year – very popular with people with pooches at the weekends! Just a walk along the estuary & sand dunes is lovely enough, but continue onwards to reach the delightful beach and go wild! There is a […]

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Penmon Point Beach

The first time we visited this beautiful beach we were blown away. It has a really special to it. Not the sort of beach you will find sun loungers & umberellas for hire or ice cream for sale, it is remote and rugged. That said there is a small cafe above the beach. Quite steep […]

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Church Bay

This relatively small beach is accessed by a path by a look out next to the Wavecrest Cafe. A rocky bay, 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! […]

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Rhosneigr

Rhosneigr Main Beach is great for sunbathing and swimming and is the recipient of the Green Coast Award & The Rural Seaside Award. Popular with families of all ages, and watersports enthusiasts. Dogs are allowed here all year round, however be warned, it does get very busy in the summer months. Just a few yards […]

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Lligwy

This shallow, sandy beach is dog friendly all year round. 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! If you are out for an early morning […]

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