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Newborough Beach

Open Now: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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What a beach

First time visit here as wanted to walk to the lighthouse and what a beach it is absolutely... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
799PaulH
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Ormskirk, United Kingdom
A truly stunning location

This was a gem of a find. I was staying at a wonderful Airbnb locally with 3 of my dogs and asked... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Helen V
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Reviewed 2 days ago

First time visit here as wanted to walk to the lighthouse and what a beach it is absolutely stunning with amazing views. We had a great walk along the beach up to the lighthouse. Great seeing the wild horses and all the other points of...More

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a gem of a find. I was staying at a wonderful Airbnb locally with 3 of my dogs and asked them if they could recommend a good dog walking beach, with no cliffs, just sand and sea. Well I can't thank them enough...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Helen V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Travelled to Wrexham to visit friends, we decided to go here to litter pick. We were delighted to find that the beach was spotless, no litter in sight. It was cold but sunny, so we had a bracing walk along the beach. Super, blew all...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank graham198
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Superb beach. Bounded by beautiful pine forests. Mountain views. Sand dunes. So much space and stunning beauty. Worth a visit any time any weather. I wish I could go everyday.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank ajn11
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovey beach, great for scavenging shells and seaglass. Missed the tide to pop over to the Island as the water was coming in fast and catching a lot of people out. Check the tide times before you leave...high tide was supposed to be 3pm, but...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed January 4, 2019 via mobile

Beautiful big beach hidden beach dunes and the lovely Newborough Forest with great views of Snowdonia. Flat enough for a pram too if you can push it over a small dune to get there! Thoroughly recommend for a walk / run around / paddle /...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Jennifer C
Reviewed January 4, 2019

Have travelled extensively all over the world but this beach has impressed me more than any I've seen .li has a lovely backdrop of pine trees with an outlook across the water of mountains . So picturesque with the island to give interest and history.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Linda C
Reviewed November 29, 2018

Beach, forest, island and lighthouse there are so many things to explore and see whether its relaxing on the beach or exploring the trails you could easily spend a few days here. We spent two full days and the kids still didn't want to leave....More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank bbtaylor88
Reviewed October 14, 2018

Newborough Beach and Llandwyn Island are the most lovely places to visit on Anglesey. The sandy beach rivals anywhere in the world. It is an extensive stretch of clean sandy with great views of Snowdonia. Walking across the beach you can reach Llandwyn Island, a...More

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed October 14, 2018

Spent a morning here- enjoying the stunning woodland- so quite and peaceful- very calming just hearing the birds- did look for a red squirrel- no luck- could have stayed here longer- will do next time we are in the area.

Date of experience: October 2018
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Foo0912
November 1, 2018|
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Response from Tad666 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I would contact the authority who owns it.
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elaine-7
October 12, 2018|
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Response from Linda W | Reviewed this property |
Yes some are through forest and large car park area, I've seen pushchair on beach but people carried them over dunes. Well worth the effort though
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September 17, 2018|
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We paid in cash and received a ticket. When paying by card wherever you are you MUST insist on a cancellation slip.
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suenbern
Preston, United Kingdom
Bus, train or bike? (2 Replies)
We're visiting Anglesey in July and staying very near Newborough (Weds to Sat) - we're glamping and are very excited about it! We're travelling by train to Bangor and are trying to work out: a) the best method of getting from Bangor to Newborough - train or bus? I've found a bus timetable that seems fine but I'm wondering why, when I do a Google search, travelling by train across Anglesey never gets mentioned. Is it because there are fewer trains than buses? Or is it that the nearest...More
June 07, 2017|
Response fromsuenbern|
That's handy to know re the day ticket...we can go all over the place then! We're actually staying, I've now discovered, about halfway between Brynsiencyn and Dwyran...do you know that area? I'm wondering if it's quite a treck to Newborough beach and that bikes maybe useful, despite the faff?
SMITHY34
Scotland
Beaches, Coastal / Forest Walks and Dog friendly Pubs (8 Replies)
Hi there, My wife and I and our well behaved 14 year old Border Collie have booked a week's holiday in a cottage in Dulas near Amlwch. We are looking forward to a week of not too strenuous walks and some good pub meals on Angelsey in July. The earlier posts have been been very helpful in identifying some beaches that sound great. Newborough Warren and Red Wharf appear to be well recommended. Does anyone have any further Anglesey beach / Forest Walk suggestions please? I...More
April 06, 2009|
Response frombutterflysue1|
Even though I"m Welsh I am also a novice to Anglesey but hope to learn more shortly. For your day off the island I would recommend Aberdaron this an area I do no very well and there is a long beach for dog walks places to eat and drink and stay. Its oldy worldy and situated on the westermost type of The Llyn Peninsular its also a nice trip to get there. Hope this helps.
swisstravelfreak
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Llanddwyn Island June 2013 (3 Replies)
We are going to the Isle of Anglesey for the day in 2013 and have decided on walking to Llanddwyn Island. Can anyone tell me if there is a Tourism office in the nearby town of Newborough? Wanted specific directions for parking our car and trails to the beach. If parking is full on the beach is there parking in Newborough and is there a fee? Thanks.
July 02, 2012|
Response fromNJXJ|
Beach is easy to get to from the village. As you enter Newborough heading north on the A4080, turn left on Church Street (just past Post Office). Toll barrier (3GBP) is less than a mile farther on. Don't think you should have concerns about parking - if the main beach car park is full - there are others off of the access road a bit farther back - just note them as you drive in. Once at the main car park - tracks to the dunes and beach are self-evident - you are right there!...More