Enjoy this Porth Nobla beach video clip taken from the Anglesey Coastal Path.
This Anglesey beach faces the south west and so is ideal for those who love rolling surf and crashing waves.
Porth Nobla is a small sandy beach, surrounded by some grassy rocky outcrops and long grass between the beach area and the main road. Among the rocks are some rocky pools for hours of marine life exploration.
There is easy access from the main A4080 trunk road which runs from Llanfairpwll on the East side of the island to Junction 5 of the A55 near Bryngwran. Take a look at how to get here by zooming in on this map.
This beach has won the prestigious Seaside Award for quality beach facilities. Just along the coast to the west is the popular seaside village of Rhosneigr, while to the south east you will find an historic Stone Age monumenton the grassy headland.
Near Rhosneigr there is an excellent course at Anglesey Golf Club, an 18 hole par 70 set in a landscape of sand dunes and wild heath land.