Beaches on Anglesey, North Wales

 

We have 46 beaches listed for Anglesey in North Wales

 

Aberffraw Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is a rather delightful, unspoilt and very wide sandy beach, backed by extensive dunes. The beach itself never gets particularly busy due to its remoteness, that said, it makes a great family beach with plenty of...

Beaumaris Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A fairly small stretch of sand and shingle beach that straddles the pier. Holiday homes in Beaumaris...

Benllech Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

This is one of the most popular sandy beaches on Anglesey with families, it offers a long expanse of sand which continues round to join

Borth Wen Beach (Rhoscolyn Beach)

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

A very pleasant, but relatively quiet sandy beach. Its sheltered position makes it well suited for beachgoers, and to top it off, there are plenty of rock pools on offer.

Bull Bay Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

Set in a small, sheltered rocky cove, this beach is made up of shingle and rock. Although not a sandy beach, the kids can still have fun dipping their toes in the water and exploring the rock pools.

Cable Bay Beach (Porth Trecastell Beach)

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This lovely little sheltered sandy beach, which is popular with locals and visitors. The beach gently slopes into the sea, and the tide does not go out too quickly, so the waters are great for a swim or paddle. To...

Cemaes Bay - Traeth Mawr Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

Ideal family beach of sand and rock pools located to the East of the harbour, this beach is larger than its sister beach -

Church Bay Beach (Porth Swtan)

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

This is quite a popular beach made up mostly of pebbles and sand, with rock pools just waiting to be explored at low tide. The waters around Chruch Bay are perfect for swimming, sailing and fishing. Although there is...

Fydlyn Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

Set amidst the rocky islets of Ynys y Fydlyn, there is a small, sheltered shingle beach with a number of rock pools. The beach also has some caves worth exploring.

Hen Borth Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A mostly sand and shingle beach, which has been designated as a 'Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)'.

Llanddona Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A wide sandy beach, popular for swimming and water sports like surfing and windsurfing. Although there is no lifeguard on duty, there is a beach warden around during the summer months.

Llanddwyn Bay Beach (Newborough Beach)

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This is an impressive 3½ mile long beach of mostly fine sand with a smattering of shingle, which gently shelves making the kids feel safe in the water. Behind the dunes lies the Newborough Warren National Nature...

Lleiniog Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A long rural sand and shingle beach, located on the shores of the Menai Straits. Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Moelfre Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

A quiet beach made up of pebbles, but with a unique charm all of its own which still draws in the visitors. Although wheelchair users are able to access the beach, there are a lot of pebbles to negotiate particularly...

Newry Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A small rocky beach located within the large breakwater at Holyhead harbour. Although there is parking, it is limited.

Penial Dowyn Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A long curved beach made up of sand and shingle, which is ideal for dog walking. Holiday homes in...

Penmon Point Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A remote and rugged pebble beach, not really suited for swimming due to strong currents. However, it's a great area for fishing and for rock pool explorations. It also offers excellent views across the Menai Straits....

Penrhos Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A quiet sandy beach, ideal for spending a bit of quality family time together, enjoying a dip in the water, or checking out the few exposed rock pools dotted around at low tide. There are usually waves here, due to...

Pentraeth Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach forms part of Red Wharf Bay, which has been designated as a nature reserve, and at low tide reveals a large expanse of golden sand.

Porth Dafarch Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed only at certain times of the year
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

Nestled below rugged headlands, lies a sheltered sandy beach that is owned by the National Trust. Kids can enjoy bathing and exploring the rock pools, whilst the grown ups can have a go at snorkelling or scuba...

Porth Diana Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A delightful little sandy cove, that is protected from the Irish sea by a rocky islet. The cove is used for mooring small boats and by the local yacht club, so not particularly ideal for swimming. The cove is used...

Porth Dynion Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This is another of Anglesey's hidden gems!. Nestled in a tiny cove, is a small strip of sand which is only revealed at mid to low tide.

Porth Eilian Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes this beach has wheelchair access

A small beach offering a mix of some sand but mainly shingle. It's a popular beach to go from for a spot of sea kayaking, sailing and diving.

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Porth Nobla Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This is the perfect for those seeking a quiet, rural beach of sand and shingle which adjoins to Porth Tyn Towyn...

Porth Padrig Beach - White Lady Bay

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

This beach of sand and rocks is set in a small quiet cove, with an interesting quartzite pinnacle called the White Lady found in the centre of the bay. This beach is not what you would call a beach...

Porth Rhwydau Beach

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Dogs Allowed: No dog information available
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

You would be forgiven for not knowing this beach was here at mid to high tide, as it disappears completely. But at low tide, it reveals a lovely small stretch of sand, as well as some interesting caves to explore....

Porth Trwyn Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

Not a particularly interesting beach at high tide, due to all the rocks and shingle around, but at low tide a delightful little sandy beach reveals itself. If you want a little beach which never gets too busy (even...

Porth Tyn Tywyn Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

A mostly undeveloped sandy beach ideally suited for families, also popular with windsurfers, surfers and canoeists.

Porth Tywyn Mawr Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown

A lovely large sandy beach which is popular with families, and for those who enjoy watersports like windsurfing, canoeing, sailing and surfing. This is considered as a fairly isolated beach with limited parking and...

Porth Wen Beach

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Dogs Allowed: Yes dogs allowed all year round
Wheelchair Accessible: No wheelchair beach access

This beach consists of mostly shingle, and it's fairly rocky with a lot of rock pools. Getting down to the beach can be rather challenging as you have to make your way down a steep path. The bay is mostly frequented...