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You don’t have to travel far to find brilliant beaches here on Anglesey. Whether you’re looking for miles of golden sand, rockpools to explore, big surf breaks to ride or secluded spots to relax and get away from it all, we’ve got it covered. horizon. It’s just as good on land. Fringed by tantalising rockpools to explore and backed by rolling dunes, this big sandy beach never feels crowded. Red Wharf Bay Sometimes bigger is better. At low tide the sandy surface of Red Wharf Bay measures a whopping 10 square miles. The entire bay is a designated nature reserve and attracts a dazzling array of winged wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for birds like oyster catchers, grey plover, purple sandpipers, curlew and dunlin, all attracted by the plentiful shellfish that thrive in the bay’s clear blue water. Trearddur Bay Situated just a few miles from Holyhead, Trearddur Bay is undoubtedly one of Anglesey’s premier beaches. Its seemingly endless sandy expanse guarantees plenty of room, even on the busiest of sunny days, while the wide sweep of sea is a mecca for watersports like kayaking, water skiing and surfing. You’ll also find a good range of accommodation here, from large hotels to welcoming bed and breakfasts, making it the ideal base for your Anglesey beach holiday. The beach goes on We obviously can’t cover every one of our coastal beauty spots here – after all, there are over 200 bays, coves & beaches here. For further information on beaches go to the Visit Anglesey website, but here are a few more to whet your appetite. Get away from it all It’s easy to lose yourself among the Saharan sands of Aberffraw. Venture into the extensive dunes of this wide curving bay and you’ll only have the local rabbits for company. Horseshoe-shaped Silver Bay feels wonderfully remote, with plenty of rockpools to explore. Porth Dafarch is another secluded blend of sand and stone. More adventurous beachgoers can take the path that leads to a rocky headland. Measuring just a few hundred metres, little Church Bay is a hidden gem. Fringed by tall cliffs, you’ll need to navigate a steep path to reach the sandy shore. You’ll be glad that you did. Be active The shingle of Moelfre is really more harbour than beach. Little wonder it’s a popular place for sailing and boating. Another nautical hotspot is the sand and shingle beach at Beaumaris, a major centre for yachting. For landlubbers,there’s


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