Traeth Llanddwyn | Newborough Beach

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Llanddwyn is not quite an island as it remains attached to the mainland at all but the highest tides. It provides excellent views of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula and is part of the Newborough Warren National Nature Reserve.

Llanddwyn Island is located at the far end of the beach near Newborough Warren. This narrow finger of land is an ideal picnic site during fine weather, but also an exhilarating place when the winter winds blow. Its rolling dunes, large rock outcrops and mixture of historic buildings makes it an ideal place for an afternoon of exploration. A path leads to the nature reserve at Llanddwyn Island and nearby forest has great footpaths.

Dog restrictions apply between May - end September.

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Road Directions

A55 Junction 8A (signed A5 Llanfair) and then A4080 to Newborough. Turn left into the village where signed for car park (just before the junction with the B4421) and continue past the car park (signed for Llanddwyn car park). Follow this road until you reach a barrier (where you pay the parking charge) and then follow the road down to the beach car park.

Accessible by Public Transport: Bodorgan station is 6 miles away.

Traeth Llanddwyn | Newborough Beach


Traeth Llanddwyn | Newborough Beach, Llanddwyn, Newborough, Isle of Anglesey, LL61 6SG

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