Lligwy Beach (Traeth Lligwy)
Wide, sandy beach located just around the corner from the village of Moelfre. The beach of Traeth Lligwy is backed by low sand dunes giving it a wild, open feel, which is exactly what it is.
At low tide a large expanse of firm sand is revealed providing all the space you could need for beach games of any description. Along with a range of facilities including toilets, car parks and a shop this is a great family beach that still manges to retain a natural feel.
Traeth Lligwy beach is also popular with water sports enthusiasts and can be good for windsurfing, kitesurfing and even surfing.
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Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
No dog restrictions.
- Kite surfing
- Wind surfing
OS grid ref.
SH 4950 8732
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Lligwy Beach Reviews
Space for All
Adrian LucasAug 31st 2021
We went on a August Bank Holiday Monday and found there was plenty of space despite the large amount of people. There were dogs on the beach but they were not running amok nor did they number in their hundreds.
The whole area was generally clean and tidy and the facilities are centred unobtrusively around the main car park.
Beaches are there to be enjoyed by us all, if you want a quite space then a few minutes walk will take you to Traeth Yr Ora where we found ourselves totally alone.
Overwhelmed by barking dogs
AliciaAug 20th 2021
This beach is now not suitable for children. There is so much dog poo.
It used to be a serene place but everybody has about 3 dogs and there is nowhere to put the mess so people cover with sand. Dogs are off the lead so get ready to have your children intimidated. On the day I went the beach had maybe 400 people and that meant 400-500 dogs. It was out of control and people just couldn’t care less about it. So Sad. If you love your dog and hate cleaning up the mess this beach is for you. If you want a family day out forget it.
Lovely and not crowded
Steve PetersJun 14th 2021
Great place for kids and to walk the dog. Highly recommend.
great beach but would be even better without dogs in the summer for benefit of small children and other people using the beach
also could do with disabled access to the beach
This was a beautiful wild beach which Over the last few years has now ,in my opinion ,been ruined by commercialism..It depends on what you like but don’t expect to see it as in the photos .It is now overrun with people .Its still a wonderful beach if you don’t mind crowds
Spacious sandy beach
DavidJun 28th 2019
Great beach backed by dunes, large carpark and seasonal cafe. Toilets in carpark. Good base for cliff top walks into Moelfre. Mixed landscape including sand dunes, steam estuary, reed beds, rocks and rock pools. In the summer the cafe has an events tent with bar and live music.