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Lovely Llanddwyn ticks a lot of beach boxes. Backed by tumbling dunes, the soft sand awaits castle-builders, sunbathers and beach-gamers, while out past the shoreline, wind and kite-surfers will find a blustery playground. There’s also the option to explore Llanddwyn Island, a rugged outcrop usually accessible on foot that’s home to a white-painted lighthouse and the ruins of St Dwynwen’s Church. It’s part of the National Nature reserve and offers some spectacular views across the mouth of the M_enai Strait towards Snowdonia. Mae Llanddwyn yn sicr o’ch swyno. Yn swatio y tu ôl i doreth o dwyni tywod, gallwch adeiladu cestyll tywod, torheulo a chwarae gemau di-ri, neu fentro i’r môr i hwylforio a syrffio. Gallwch hefyd fynd am dro i Ynys Llanddwyn, ynys fach greigiog y gallwch fel arfer ei chyrraedd ar droed sy’n gartref i oleudy gwyn ac adfeilion Eglwys Santes Dwynwen. Mae’n rhan o Warchodfa Natur Niwbwrch a cheir golygfeydd godidog ar draws A_fon Menai i gopaon Eryri.


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