Trearddur Bay Beaches
This is the biggest and most popular of Trearddur Bay’s beaches. It is a lovely sandy beach and has held the Blue Flag Award for many years. The section of beach to the northern end has two slipways, one for public launching and the other used by the RNLI. This section of the beach allows dogs on all year round but the larger and sandier section is kept dog free from May to September. There are beach wardens to control marine vessels and you have the added advantage of Trearddur Bay’s lifeboat station. There are public toilets (20p charge) on the main car park on Lon St Ffraid, Ice Cream Vans and several places to eat nearby. Trearddur Bay beach is popular with a wide variety of water activities including sea fishing, diving, water skiing canoeing and during the month of August Trearddur Bay Sailing Club hold their annual sailing regatta
Ideally situated on the coast road between Trearddur Bay and Holyhead, Porth Dafarch is a beautiful sandy cove surrounded by rocky headland, ideal for a peaceful family day out. There are disabled facilities and public toilets. Ice Cream and snack vans are normally present during the tourist season
Porth Diane & Porth Castell
These are two small sandy coves to the south of Trearddur Bay on Ravenspoint Road. Both are backed by a sea wall and Porth Diana which is the larger of the two is where the local sailing club launch and moor their yachts, Porth Castell is probably the better choice for swimming
Porth y Post & Porth Y Pwll
These are two of a series of small sheltered coves on Lon Isallt consisting of sand and shingle and backed by a sea wall. There is limited car parking along the road, and both beaches are flanked by rocks on either side. Both beaches are about 100 yards wide, Porth y Post is particularly attractive at low tides with and exposed sandy beach beyond the rocks. It is easily identifiable by the large rock in the middle of the beach The sea is often crystal clear and inviting and there are an abundance of rock pools for children to fish in.