Newborough Beach is vast expanse of sand from Llanddwyn Island down to the start of the Menai Strait.
Dare I say it has the most stunning scenery on Anglesey, backed by Newborough pine forest and vast sandy dunes of Newborough Warren. To the east are the mountains of Snowdonia, South the rolling Llyn Peninsula hills. Last but far from least, west is the tranquil and beautiful Llandwyn Island.
Soft sand nestles to the rear of the beach, there is also plenty to the east among the sand dunes. Moreover, if its a bit breezy you can head into the dunes to the east Literally miles of pathways with various entry points back on to the beach. Keep your eyes out for the lizards that call the dunes home. To the west are the pine forests complete with rare Red Squirrels.
Newborough Beach is favored not just by beach lovers, walkers, fishermen but waters sports enthusiasts too. The general wind direct is from the south west making it perfect for wind kites etc. It is also a great place to launch Kayaks from, check out the area around Llanddwyn Island if you launch here.
The beach itself is quite shallow, leaving a vast expanse of beach as the tide recedes. This makes it generally safe for bathing and swimming, weather permitting. There is no lifeguard presence here which is something to be aware of.
Dogs are allowed year round which is different from many other beach’s on Anglesey. This only applies to the section east of the carpark. To the west of the carpark to Llanddwyn Island there are restrictions between 1st May to the end of September. This also applies to Llanddwyn Island, there are no restrictions covering Newborough Forest.
There is large car park complete with toilets that has plenty of space and in summer an ice cream van. To the rear of the beach behind the dunes is a great place for a picnic or to get out of any wind. This area is referred to as the Newborough Warren and its great trying to spot the local lizards here.
If you need any essentials there is a shop (Premier) not too far away in the village of Newborough. You should see it before the last road turning for Newbourgh Beach in the village.
Close by there are a couple of caravan and camping places where you can walk through the forest down to the beach. It is a bit of a trek if you have the kids with you though.
If this beach had a money back guarantee nothing would be paid back, ever. Its absolutely stunning. Most definitely in the top 10 beaches in Anglesey without a doubt. Do not miss out on this gem of a beach, even if your not planning on staying for the day. You will be amazed by the views and scenery with so much to explore.
If you visit Newborough beach and fancy a nice walk, pay a visit to Llanddwyn island. You will kick yourself if you miss this other local gem. You have the option of walking down the beach or through the woods. You can often see a seal or two and if you are lucky Porpoise frequent the area.
You can find it here, Newborough Beach, Traeth Llanddwyn, Newborough, LL61 6SG
Newborough Beach Post Code LL61 6SG, it is often referred to as Llanddwyn beach. The closest toilets are on the main car park.