If you ever find yourself near the tiny village of Llanfaelog in western Anglesey, then you owe it to yourself to make the short journey to the nearby beach at Cable Bay. The beach is a classically sandy one, with its white-gold sands being sheltered in between headlands on either side.
The beach is more or less completely undeveloped – you are coming here purely for the serenity of an untouched beach, with no gimmicky attractions like donkey rides. It draws in a number of visitors each year, all of which are attracted by its natural beauty and unspoiled surroundings.
The sands slope gently towards the sea, and there are a few rock pools at either end of the beach, making it the perfect place for a little coastal exploration. It is an ideal beach for families – all you need is a couple of beach towels, a bucket and spade and maybe a picnic, and you’ll have a perfect day by the sea.
There is also something of interest on the northern headland: take a trip to the top and you will find Barclodiad y Gawres, a large, underground burial chamber that dates all the way back to the Stone Age!
Located on the Isle of Angelsey, Cable Bay is a very natural, underdeveloped beach. There is plenty of parking behind the beach, so don't worry about that!
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The Isle of Anglesey is a beautiful part of Wales, set apart from the Welsh mainland by the Menai Strait, and it is well worth spending at least a few days on in an effort to see and experience as much of its natural beauty as possible.
Benllech Beach is a beautiful, long stretch of golden sands, located on the eastern coast of the lovely Isle of Anglesey. It is a popular destination among both tourists and locals alike – in a poll conducted by the Welsh newspaper The Daily Post, Benllech was voted as the fourth best beach in all of North Wales.
Anglesey is always a favourite with holiday makers with it's many beaches (it is an island!) and beautiful countryside. Enjoy walks and bicycle rides in Newborough Forest, spend time at the Sea Zoo or visit the town of Beaumaris with it's castle, promenade and the Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour. Stay in a cottage on Anglesey.
A popular area for holiday makers this has something for everyone - beaches, scenery and plenty of things to do.
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