places to visit - Trearddur bay
The Village of Trearddur bay is situated on the North west side of Anglesey and its beach is one of the most popular on Anglesey. The beach is long and oval in shape and has beautiful soft golden sand on the upper shore.
Trearddur bay beach also has a promenade which runs the entire length of the shore ideal for walking and cycling, this also forms part of the Anglesey Coastal Path. The beach at Trearddur bay is generally regarded as a safe beach due to being sheltered on both sides, and also as it is a gentle sloping beach.
Stunning Sandy Beach
If you enjoy water sports then Trearddur bay is the place for you, Dingy sailing, Windsurfing, Stand Up Paddle boarding are very popular here.
Near by to the RNLI Lifeboat station there is a slip way for launching your watercraft.
The Trearddur bay Lifeboat open day is a fantastic day. Please feel free to come along and see the two Lifeboats that they have, meet the crew and see the Lifeboat launch - a fantastic day and a worthy cause.
Great Water Sports
Because of the beautiful clear water in the bay Scuba diving and snorkelling are also popular here.
This beach is generally regarded as a safe beach for children and water sports. Boat storage along with launching facilities are available.
Trearddur Bay also benefits from an excellent launching slipway for you to launch your watercraft.
Great Food & Refreshments
There are several excellent places to eat in Trearddur bay, next door to the lifeboat station the recently opened Black Seal (Y Morlo Du).
This restaurant and bar serves excellent food and a good choice of refreshments, with some of the best views of the beach and bay to be had.
It also benefits from a large seated open area with unrivalled views of the beach at Trearddur Bay.
Trearddur Bay Lifeboat
Trearddur Bay lifeboat station was opened in 1967, when it received a ‘D’ class lifeboat in the May of that year.
In 1993 a new boathouse was constructed which included changing room, workshop, souvenir sales outlet, toilet, fuel store, a crew room, galley and storeroom.
On the 10th November 2010 the lifeboat station at Trearddur Bay took delivery of the Atlantic 85 B class lifeboat B-847, named Hereford Endeavour.