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There are over 100 Churches on Anglesey in North Wales, if one counts the reduntant Churches. Historically, a Church may have been made ‘redundant’ for one of several reasons, for example the centre of the community moved (Telford’s new road across Anglesey resulted in this in some

Aberffraw Beach

Aberffraw Beach and the Snowdonia Mountain Range One of Anglesey’s largest and most beautiful beaches. Plenty of room for everyone to enjoy themselves without being on top of each other. Very little in the way of shops or ice cream, just a little village shop. Once your

Lligwy Beach on the Isle of Anglesey

Winner of a seaside award since 2004. Not hard to see why. A large expanse of sand, ideal for families. Not much in the way of amenities, just a little shop in the car park. A not be missed beach, definitely – in my opinion – as

Trearddur Bay Beach

Trearddur Bay is situated within a couple of miles of the town of Holyhead on Anglesey. Trearddur Bay derives its name from the welsh for Arthur’s Town. Undoubtedly one of Anglesey’s premier beaches, Trearddur Bay combines cleanliness with space. Depending on the time of the year, there

Rhoscolyn Beach

Rhoscolyn beach is a secluded and pretty sandy beach, which is quite difficult to reach. The reason for this is that the only access is via a narrow winding lane, and if you were to meet another vehicle coming in the opposite direction, there are very few

Red Wharf Bay Beach

Winner of a seaside award since 2004. A lovely sandy and cobbled beach, which sadly was pretty much absent when I took the photos, as the tide was in. Do not make the mistake of not visiting this lovely place. A delightful and beautiful area, with nice

Church Bay Beach

  Church Bay is so called because of the nearby Llanrhuddlad church which is visible from the sea. A small and delightful little pebble beach. Some facilities are available nearby, and the restaurant is famous for its cooked lobster.