We finally managed to get the tide times right and were able to get over and visit llanddwyn Island. I have lived on Anglesey all my life but never visited before but it's well worth a visit. We walked along the beautiful,clean beach and headed over to the island. It was very windy today but that didn't bother us as... 更多
'Llanddwyn' is a fantastic facility, consisting of a huge beach with mountain views, an historic island (Ynys Llanddwyn), woodlands, and areas of nature reserve- the Warren and sand dunes. Llanddwyn beach is a blue flag beach, primarily accessed from the car park at the end of the turn off in Newborough village. There is a £4 entry fee which gives... 更多
Nothing to dislike, it's an amazing place if you are looking for peace and tranquility, got it here be the bucket loads. Fabulous place for the whole family and brilliant for dog walking. Ponies on the Island are very friendly.
Beautiful long beach, with trees right down to the edge. A walk over to the island is a must with some great photo op's especially around the ruins of Saint Dwynwen's church (Welsh patron saint of lovers). And all the while views of Snowdonia National Park across the water. At the end of the well maintained toll road is a... 更多
We found it very difficult to find the car park that we'd read about n Tripadvisor, so ended up parked miles away and had a long walk to the beach - tip - follow the sign for 'Toll'. Great walks for the dogs and wonderful variety of wildlife to spot along the way. The beach is amazing and well worth... 更多
Llanddwyn is a special place, always worth the walk. We have seen seals and dolphins here. It is clean and there are wardens on site a lighthouse and an old warning tower. Fabulous views of this unspoiled coastline and Snowdonia. A good size car park with toilets at Newborough.
You can do a superb circular walk in this area starting at the Rhos-dhu carpark. Head along the path hugging the forest down to Llanddwyn Bay, then along the amazing beach (which was very quiet even during Easter week); if you want to walk onto Llanddwyn island check the tide times, at high tide the water can be too high... 更多
Family visit - went to the beach and across the sandbank to Ynys Llanddwyn. The family all happily walked the distance and looked out from the lookouts. Seeing the ponies happily munching and galloping around was lovely. The cottages were not open (not sure if they ever are). All in all a fab days walking. Great for the whole family... 更多
I took my girlfriend there and she was blown away by it's stunning scenery.on the horizon you can see the Yr Eifl mountains in the middle of the Llŷn Peninsula and also Bardsey Island at the tip. If you head further north, you'll eventually see Snowdon. The island itself is steeped in history and is synonymous with Saint Dwynwen.... It's... 更多
We visited Newborough Warren and Ynys Llanddwyn when the weather was perfect. Sunshine, blue cloudless sky and vast stretches of beautiful sandy beaches. LLanddwyn is a lovely pennisula (Island if you get the tides wrong!) with many interesting bays and places to explore ...i.e the pilots houses, 2 towers and church ruins. Parking is easy, there is a toll of... 更多