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Dog Restrictions on this beach

Between 1st May and 30th September:
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Newborough, Llanddwyn  bflogo-50

Newborough Warren arial view

Not just one of the best and most photogenic beaches around but a National Nature Reserve and SSSI (see "Anglesey Geopark").
It's an extensive area comprising not just about 3 miles of beach from Llanddwyn Llanddwyn Island Cove (pic left) to Abermenai Point (pic right) but the famous area of sand dunes, and the forestry that was originally planted to prevent the encroachment of the sand. Maintained paths traverse the area - see Forestry Commission map. There is -NEW FOR 2013 - a walk way from the parking to the beach, specifically for wheelchairs but great for buggies, kiddies on trikes.
Take bikes, walking shoes, picnic hamper, nature guides, as well as your usual beach stuff... .
If it's a bit windy here, try adjacent Malltraeth.

Newborough Warren Beach, Lleyn peninsula in background ©www.stay-in-wales.co.uk
Take the A55 W, over the Telford Bridge and immediately exit (junction 8a) and turn left onto A5. After ½ mile (landmark note: pass Marquess of Anglesey's column) turn L on A4080 signposted Newborough. In Newborough, for Llanddwyn Beach take a left turn (signed Llys Rhos) which leads to the afforested part of the reserve and a large car park. click to see full size popup click to see full size popup click to see full size popup