Once you have braved the thin, steep downhill road from the village of Llanddona to its namesake beach, you will be more than ready to catch your breath and grab a scoop of Anglesey Ice Cream from the little café on the shore!
The beach is a true haven, and is definitely well worth the trip to get there, with its spacious golden sands and lovely clear waters. There are plenty of activities you can take part in and enjoy here, from your typical sun bathing, beach football and swimming, to the rather more exciting kayaking, wind surfing and even kite surfing.
If you are lucky, you might be able to see dolphins and porpoises from the lighthouse at Port Linus, just a little north from Llanddona Beach. The beach itself also lies on the Anglesey Coastal Path, making it the perfect spot to take a long walk by the sea, or even a lengthy bike ride along the coast.
You can even partake in a spot of sea fishing here – your best bet is, however, to go at night for the better catches, so make sure you are well prepared with a warm coat and some nice food to keep you going throughout those cold hours!
Llandonna beach is found in Llandona, Angelsey. It has been known to be tricky to find but is well worth the effort! There is parking available.
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At Snowdonia Parc in Waunfawr – which is close to Caernarfon in Gwynedd – you will find a fantastic real ale pub, one that has its very own microbrewery on site. The pub has won the CAMRA Pub of the Year Award for the region for four years in a row, so you know you are in for a good pint and a welcoming atmosphere.
If you are after a traditional pub and restaurant on the Isle of Anglesey, then you can’t go wrong with the Owain Glyndwr, which you can find in the little village of Llanddona, not far from Beaumaris.
If you take the time to visit the wonderful walled city of Caernarfon and its magnificent castle, then the beautiful beach of Dinas Dinlle is just a short journey away. It is well worth this little trip, with the pebbly upper shore quickly giving way to a seriously vast swathe of firm golden sands.
Escape to the countryside and access nature straight from your front door. These cottages are away from towns and villages but often a short car journey from ammenities.
Relax in front of a warm fire and watch the flames flickering in front of you. All of these cottages have a log burner or open fire.
A popular area for holiday makers this has something for everyone - beaches, scenery and plenty of things to do.