Lleiniog Beach is also known as Penmon, and it can be found at the tip of the north eastern corner of the Isle of Anglesey, a little way north from the town of Beaumaris.
The beach is of the sandy and shingled variety, and makes a crescent of a curve along the Menai Strait, the stretch of water that separates Anglesey from the mainland. This itself provides some pretty impressive views, especially on a clear day, when you can look across to the dramatic peaks of Snowdonia.
Dogs are allowed on the beach all through the year, and you can enjoy some good fishing here, too. Once you have had your fill of sand, sea and (hopefully) sun, head over to Penmon Priory to take in the sights, before paying a visit to the restored Norman castle that is Aberlleiniog. From here, you can enjoy a fantastic view of Puffin Island, too.
Beaumaris is only a short drive away; here you will find a wide range of shops, restaurants and the like, though there is both a café and a pub closer to the beach. The water quality is excellent too – perfect for a swim!
Lleiniog beach can be found in the top north-eastern corner on the Isle of Anglesey. Parking is available as well as a convenient picnic area.
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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.
Built in 1277 by King Edward I, Rhuddlan Castle was erected as a part of the English Conquest of Wales. It is actually an important location for the history of Great Britain: the Statute of Rhuddlan was signed here in 1284, bringing Wales officially under the rule of the English once and for all.
Llanfairfechan is a little town that, unfortunately, is not nearly as well-known as it should be. It is a lovely Victorian seaside resort town, often referred to as the coastal gateway to Snowdonia. The town’s position on the coast affords visitors some fantastic views over the Menai Strait and the Isle of Anglesey, as well as of the Great Orme of Llandudno.
A popular area for holiday makers this has something for everyone - beaches, scenery and plenty of things to do.
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.
All of these cottages accept pets so all the family can come on holiday together. North Wales is a great place for dogs with plenty of open space if needed. There's no extra charge either!