Trearddur Bay, located a couple of miles from Holyhead, is one of Anglesey’s best beaches. A vast expanse of sand overlooked by a large hotel and two golf courses, the beach is also the site of an ancient burial ground, excavated in 2003. This ancient link reflects how the town gets its name from the Welsh for “Arthur’s Town”.
The long curving sand slopes gently into the sea and gets the sun all day long. At low tide there is plenty of sand for walking and ball games. Trearddur Bay is perfect for watersports with sheltered conditions. Windsurfing, bodyboarding, dinghy sailing and kayaking are all popular activities as well as sunbathing, swimming and sandcastle building.
Behind the beach is a long promenade for strolling and enjoying coastal views along with a Lifeboat Station, established in 1967 and one of the newest on Anglesey.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are permitted on part of the beach all year. There are restrictions on the eastern end of the beach, in front of the car park from 1st May to 30th September.
- Wind surfing
OS grid ref.
SH 2564 7888
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Trearddur Bay Reviews
Great for families and young children, nice sand and shallow waters. Easy access to ice cream vans and places to eat.
Not good for dogs, unless small and able to stay on lead at all times.
lottieJan 03rd 2021
i have been here many times every singe time amazing and everyone loves it of all different ages.
JohnJun 22nd 2020
Love the clean beach the air long walks to saverer the views are amazing mackerel point to holly head tru gods country keep it the same always please