Spencer Removals

Top 5 Beaches to visit in North Wales

1. Llanddwyn Beach, Newborough, Isle of Anglesey


Providing views of the Snowdonia mountain range and the Llŷn Peninsula, Llanddwyn Beach has to be our number 1 beach.

Llanddwyn Beach is located at the southwest tip of Anglesey and can be reached via Newborough Forest. Whilst it can be enjoyed all day long, our favourite times to go are sunrise & sunset as the views are among the best in North Wales.

It is an excellent spot for kite-surfing, thanks to exposure to the western Atlantic.

You can enjoy miles of walking along the golden beach & dunes before reaching Llanddwyn island, which is home to a lighthouse & a row of tiny terrace houses.

2. Benllech, Isle of Anglesey

Anglesey Beach

Set on Anglesey’s east coast, Benllech beach is one of the most popular beaches on Anglesey.

Benllech beach offers plenty, whether you want to go for a long walk on the golden sand, have a quick swim in the gorgeous blue waters or enjoy ice cream on the promenade.

Facilities include toilets, disabled and pushchair access, shops, food, a slipway, promenade, and parking is available, but on hot summer days can get full.

3. Llanbedrog Beach, Llŷn Peninsula


Llanbedrog Beach is a sheltered sandy beach famous for its colourful beach huts overlooking Cardigan Bay.

Family fun adventure packs can be picked up at the car park; they contain a variety of exciting activities- bug hunting, games, leaf trails and more.

A shop is nearby, a pay car park & public toilets are available. Dogs are allowed.


4. Llandudno West Shore

Llandudno beach

Llandudno West Shore is an excellent location for those wanting to avoid the busy pier and main beach on the other side of Llandudno.

You can enjoy great views of the Orme, Conwy and Snowdonia in the distance.

It’s dog friendly and has great parking.

5. Harlech Beach

Harlech beach

Enjoy miles of a great sandy beach with spectacular views of Snowdonia. Make sure to turn left as you enter if planning on bringing dogs.

Popular with surfers due to the shallow clean waters.

Parking is available however it’s a pay & display.