Trearddur Bay is at the heart of the island’s 125 mile coastal paths, great for exploring Anglesey and beyond. The area is great for children of all ages, adult and seniors.
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.
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.
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.