Aberffraw Beach

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Aberffraw beach, also known as Traeth Mawr, is a big, wide curving sandy bay. Access to the beach is by foot along the sandy bank of the River Ffraw. The Anglesey Coastal Path runs from the beach in both directions and has magnificent scenery; at low tide visitors can walk to the far side of the bay.

The small village has a shop, cafe and toilets. Dogs are allowed.

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Road Directions

A55 Junction 5 and A4080 signed for Aberffraw. In the village, right where signed to the village centre.Access to the beach is by foot along the sandy bank of the River Ffraw.

 

Public Transport Directions

Accessible by Public Transport: Bodorgan station is 4 miles away.

Aberffraw Beach

Type:Beach

Aberffraw, Isle of Anglesey, LL63 5BX

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