Trearddur Bay Beach
Trearddur bay beach has to be one of Anglesey’s top beaches, a classic family beach - a long oval shaped beach with soft golden sand with a very gentle slope toward the sea, situated on the western coast of Anglesey.
The beach benefits from the sun from early morning to early evening in the Summer. In the far corner of the beach there is the RNLI station. There is also a lovely promenade with beautiful views towards the sea. This beach has been awarded the blue flag for water cleanliness and facilities.
Watersports at Trearddur Bay
The beach at Trearddur bay is a beautiful, safe and sheltered one, which is ideal for many types of water sports including windsurfing, bodyboarding and canoeing.
Trearddur bay beach is relatively easy to get to from menai bridge when traveling on the A55 come off at Jnc 2 and follow signs for valley then trearddur bay or stay on the A55 and come off at Jnc 1 (holyhead) and also follow signs for trearddur bay. buses in the summer are fairly regular. check bus time tables at local bus stops. Postcode for trearddur bay beach is LL65 2UP
Soft golden sand then firm sand with very gentle slope.
Plenty of parking is available in the main car park behind the beach, there are toilets in this car park as well. There is a Spar shop which has an ATM and a Cost cutter store on the main road.
Safe paddling for children, Swimming, dinghy sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and jet-skiing.
A pay and display car park is situated behind the center of the main beach accessed from the main road, and another car park is situated on the left just before the RNLI station (On the road to South Stack).