Anglesey Seaside Award Success
Congratulations are due to a number of Anglesey beaches for winning the prestigious Seaside Award flag.
Visitors will recognise this achievement when they see the distinctive blue and yellow flag flying at a beach they visit.
To qualify for this quality standard a beach has to meet the minimum European standard for bathing water quality.
There is also the need to demonstrate clearly that there is quality infrastructure in place.
The awarding body also looks for evidence of high standards of management of the site.
So which Anglesey beaches have received the prestigious Award?
Here they are:
In 2008 they include:
(see below for more details of these locations as well as other beaches)
Porth Tyn Tywyn, Llanfaelog; Traeth Mawr, Aberffraw; Cable Bay, Llanfaelog; Broad Beach, Rhosneigr; Traeth Crigyll, Rhosneigr; Silver Bay and Borth Wen, both at Rhoscolyn; Sandy Beach, near Llanfwrog; Porth Trwyn, Llanfaethlu; Church Bay, near Rhydwyn; Cemlyn Bay, near Wylfa; Porth Eilian, Llaneilian; Penmon; Beaumaris; Red Wharf Bay; Traeth Lligwy, Dulas; Moelfre
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