At Llanddwyn Bay through the summertime they will have trained wardens scanning the shore with binoculars if not riding jet-skis, but no lifeguard that is formal although the swimming is extremely safe.Llandwyn Bay is a magnificent sweep of sand and has now amazing views out over the mountains regarding the Lleyn Peninsula.Access is signposted through the A4080 in Newborough and it is through a Forestry England road operated by a toll barrier. There is parking that is huge picnic area within the woods behind the beach. Llanddwyn Bay could possibly get some surf and offers windsurfing that is great beach is generally safe nevertheless the currents is strong near Abermenai aim so keep away.The beach itself curves around from SW dealing with in the middle to SSW at Abermenai point and also wraps around to face SE near Llanddwyn Island so surf and wind direction relative towards the shore can alter a great deal along the beach therefore it could be worth a walk to obtain the maximum conditions.The beach normally ideal for kite buggying and kite-surfing. Few facilities are available on the coastline itself, simply toilets, but the majority things can be found in Newborough nearby.
Want to stay up to date with the latest campsites & updates from HolidayFox?
Sign up to our email to find out more!