I'm afraid I have bad nbews for you about beach barbecues. You can't have one.
I'm really sorry about that. It's an ideal spot, I grant you. However, RULES IS RULES.
Think positve. You're keeping some young person in a job and working on a suntan.
Anyway, there's plenty to do here on Ligwy's beach and the rolling coastline attracts you further and further along to make lovely and unexpected discoveries.
CHELSEA TRACTOR WARNING
There is only one little warning about Lligwy Beach. On the left are signs indicating that the sand can be very soft.
Chelsea Tractor and attached boat will be fascinating artefacts for future archaeologists.
So take care. They may even find you in years to come, with stony tears studding your calcified cheeks.
IS LLIGWY YOUR FAVOURITE BEACH?
Maybe you've enjoyed bathing, walking or generally been blown about here?
Let us know how you feel about this glorious wild and beautiful beach
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WINDSURFING - I met this guy in the carpark last weekend, lean and mean and quiet.
He'd travelled down from Chester that morning in his smart Audi.
He was quiet because he was WHUPPED! and been out there for a few hours.
I enquired how he knew the conditions were suited for someone of his skills.
The best conditions manifest themselves after it's been blowing a NE for two or three days and switches to NW, I proposed.
True enough, he responded. But the very best conditions are when it's turned further to the NNW.
There's nowhere else on the East Coast of Anglesey really worth surfing. He was clearly experienced and didn't even mention LLANDDONA BEACH.
Maybe BENLLECH BEACH is alright for the novices, he added, but it's no good for really having fun.
He commended the main beach at RHOSNEIGR. "Let it blow a good SW for a few days and it gets really, really wild."
It's no surprise then that you've got some pretty keen weather watchers in the North West.
Nick Slater from Amlwch notes,
"Lligwy and Dulas Reef, my first ever reef surfing experience was here. Brilliant 4-6 ft cross shore hollow perfection.
"Works best on a North West 6-7 which is cross shore with the swell running down from the north. This will have secret spots going off.
"I've been surfing this place for 15 years as well as most of Anglesey. Which on its day can get as good as anywhere.
"Good to see a site putting North Wales surfing on the map."
KITE SURFING - I didn't realise just how wild Lligwy can be until I saw a kite-surfer bounce so high you could drive a double-decker bus under him.
There were two kite-surfers out today and Boy! did they go.
When conditions are good then Lligwy Beach can be WILD! You don't really need to know much more than that do you?
"LOOK OUT FOR SEALS!!"
Just up the coast you'll notice the striking Dulas Island gently balanced on the near horizon.
Some people call it Seal Island. And with good reason.
If you're into seals then you'll enjoy a gentle walk up the coast at high tide to watch handfulls of the bleeders feeding.
The best place to see seals is along the Anglesey Coastal Path above Llys Dulas Estate.
You'll find a few notes about the Llys Dulas seals on my Why Anglesey? page.
On the other hand, if you're an angler then you'd better be quick at reeling in otherwise you'll only be landing heads.
For more information please have a look at my Fishing Tips page by CLICKING HERE.
Quite literally just up the road from the south end of the beach, you are three significant historic sites well worth visiting during your day at the beach.
The image above is of Lligwy Chapel of Ease which dates back to the 12th Century. Located in beautiful and large open fields less than a mile from the beach, it will captivate you. Take a step down into the old burial vault to view, but resist the urge to pee in the corner. Please Click Here For More ...
Across the field and beyond the trees you'll find a 4th Century Roman Encampment and just up the road there's the old Communal Burial Chamber. Please Click Here For More ...
Do you have any questions you'd like to ask? I would love to hear from you.
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