Llanddona Beach, Anglesey

As you approach Llanddona Beach you will experience a truly panoramic sea view.The village of Llanddona is set on very high ground on the eastern tip of Anglesey.

So when you make for the beach and the sea you will approach from a great height.This is very much a part of the whole experience.

Congratulations! Llanddona beach is one of the winning beaches in the latest round of Seaside Awards.

Some have already benefited this Easter from the quality facilities and fantastic sea views from this location.







As far as the eye can see, to the north west is the village of Moelfre, famous for its rich maritime history.

Running further down the coast you take in Benllech and the vast sandy sweep of Red Wharf Bay.

You should be aware that there are two roads running down to the beach. Both are very steep.

So you need good brakes and subtle clutch control for the inevitable hill start when you meet an oncoming vehicle.





Once down on the beach you can find your own spot quite easily given the long length of soft sand available.

You can relax in the knowledge that you and your family are enjoying the qualities associated with a winner of the European Blue Flag Seaside Award. other activities available here include canoeing, fishing and sailing.



Facilities include a ramp for launching boats, a cafe and toilets (including disabled access).

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Llanddona in the 1940s 
I spent many happy holidays in Llanddona in the 1940s and early 1950s. We used to stay is the old cottage which was the original farmhouse for Tan …

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My family heritage is in Llanddona, my great grandparents lived in Tan-Y-Wylfa a long time ago overlooking this beautiful beach. I guess its in our …

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Where can I find a private boat hire place on Anglesey that will allow us to scatter my Nain and Tide's ashes along the coast? Is there anyone who you …

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