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White Beach really, really is a hidden gem. By that, I mean it is really, really well hidden. Dinner plate pebbles, nice picnics, CRAZY HORSES and some pretty good fishing.
Washi Bach a tramp who visited Llangefni, Anglesey during my childhood. Please share your stories to help build a picture of the life of this vulnerable man as living memories
Trearddur Bay. Sea, Sand, Surf. Imagine a hot sunny day with the tide lilting against the rocky shore with the sea smooth and silky. Where the Jet-Set holiday.
Traeth Bychan is a pretty sandy beach typical of this side of Anglesey. Lovely location, beauty, water sports, fishing and the glorious Anglesey Coastal Path.
Swtan Cottage is a fabulous renovated period-style Welsh cottage open to visitors located at Church Bay on a particularly beautiful stretch of Anglesey West Coast.
Swtan Cottage at Church Bay, Anglesey. Take a step into an interior that offers a fascinating insight into life in a rural 1900s Anglesey thatched cottage
St Patrick's intriguing Church on the Llanbadrig Headland. A wonderful moment's respite to enhance a fabulous day in Cemaes Bay and Anglesey. Fifth Century Church.
The Feast Day of St Dwynwen on January 25. The Welsh Patron Saint of Lovers. A Phoenix Love rises from the embers of the betrayal of the love of Dwynwen
St Cwyfan Church in the Sea off the Aberffraw coast. Isolated and only accessible when the tide is out. Excellent Family Beaches nearby and Coastal Walks await.
Visit South Stack Lighthouse on Holy Island, Anglesey and enjoy a family delight inside the lighthouse. Castellated RSPB Observation Tower and Webcams and Visitor Centre
Award winning Silver Bay is a beautiful, isolated and perfectly formed sandy beach. With sense of freedom from the masses a fearsome reputation for surfers.
A Glorious Day Sailing on Anglesey from Porth Diana in Trearddur Bay to Ynys Las near Plas Cymyran. After a day sailing on Anglesey then anything is possible.
Rhosneigr Beaches. Great Family Fun and Sandy beaches. Vital Ice-Cream, Cafes and Bistros. Sailing, Windsurfing, Kitesurfing. Chill on Jewel Anglesey Beach .
Rhosneigr Broad Beach is an excellent family beach with wonderful sunbathing on sweet, soft sand high up the beach. Splash beach fun and barbies are de rigeur
Rhosneigr Main Beach. Beautiful golden sand and black rocks outcrops. Ideal for family beach fun days and extreme sporting activities. One of the best beaches on Anglesey, if not Britain.
Let me not suggest that Red Wharf Bay no more than a platform from which to view the beauty of the bay, appreciate poor sailing and eat well at the same time.
Porth Wen Brickworks near Cemaes Bay on North Anglesey Coastline. A very pleasant coastal walk and exciting discovery of forgotten Anglesey Industrial Heritage
Porth Nobla. Excellent sandy, rocky beach great for splashing about with your kids, sunbathing, beach games AND building sandcastles. Near Rhosneigr facilities.
Penrhyn Beach is a family beach and the First of the Lovely North West Anglesey Beaches. The beach is isolated but close enough to some fabulous Anglesey eating places.
Penmon for Pickled Puffins. Enjoy a few hours wandering about this eastern Anglesey peninsula. Appreciate the Lighthouse, Puffin Island and the Sixth Century Priory.
Penmon Beach Anglesey. Delight yourself on a beach with a heartstopping view
North Stack Fog Signal Station, just south of the Port of Holyhead, offers astonishing coastal walk and beautiful views of rugged Anglesey coastline.
Welcome to Newborough. For your pleasure beaches longer than Childhood Summers and Forest Walks in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Anglesey Coast.
Anglesey Mystery Beach. Dreamtime: Where Sea Meets Sky. The sea laps sweetly against golden soft sand this evening. Seabirds call and the world's background hum
Mynydd Llwydiarth forest on Anglesey may not have Wolves or Bad Bears but it does have Red Squirrels. Better, it's a brilliant, peaceful Anglesey woodland walk
Mynydd Bodafon stands aloof and is an accessible ‘peak’ from which to peruse Anglesey and beyond. The best silence for addressing injuries to Heart and Soul
Moelfre. Ideal stopping-off point on the beautiful Anglesey Coastal Path. Enjoy tea and cakes or a satisfying pub meal. Visit the Lifeboat and Seawatch Centre.
Sail Down the Menai Straits on a Clear, Cold, Brittle-Blue Winter's Day. Escape into transcendent Blue. Discover Anglesey Beauty anew from the Beaumaris shore
Menai Bridge is pleasant amble through a beautiful and quietly historic town. Enjoy a pleasant and atmospheric walk over and under Suspension Bridge.
I remember Melin Hywel Watermill unlocked. So, we wandered about imagining the pounding, grinding and hissing noise in an atmosphere of corn flour dust.