Porth Nobla is a small bay between Cable Bay and Tyn Tywyn beach.
Though a small beach itself, it is surrounded by rocky outcrops with soft sand to the rear. It is relatively small in comparison to other Anglesey beach’s.
Though Porth Nobla is small in size it makes up for it will it’s abundant rock pools to explore. The pools are full of life, especially so during the summer tourist season. Prawns, fish, crustaceans and all manner of life can be found here. Just grab a new and buckets and you are good to go.
Porth Nobla is usually a bit quieter than the main beaches on Anglesey. This helps add to it’s charms. Just be aware that it is as others a tidal beach, big high tides will leave little beach left.
A 5 minute walk away will have you at Cable Bay, Tyn Tywyn beach is just behind a few rocks. On the top of the headland sits Barclodiad Y Gawres, a Neolithic burial mound to explore.
There is free parking for several cars behind the beach, down a short path way.
Pay and display is available at Cable Bay beach which is a short walk away.
Porth Nobla is at A4080, Ty Croes LL63 5TE
Closest toilets are on the car park behind the beach at Tyn Tywyn but they are not always open. Rhosneigr library car park does have public toilets with a 20p charge. LL64 5YJ