Moelfre South Beach
Moelfre South beach is one of two beaches in Moelfre and is situated on the North easterly side of Anglesey. Like it’s sister beach the North beach this is also quite small beach but nearer to the centre of Moelfre and it is also a beach with beautifully smooth rounded large pebbles.
Moelfre South beach is stunning when the tide is in, and is very popular with launching canoe’s and kayaks at high tide.
Moelfre is lucky to have two beaches, the South beach which is nearer the village of Moelfre which is a very small beach. Then you have the North beach which you can walk up the hill and round to the right of the headland along a coastal path past the Sea watch Centre, with a statue to Dick Evans then past the newly built RNLI lifeboat station which was rebuilt in 2014.
This station is normally open to the public where children will enjoy the sight of this new huge lifeboat in its brand new home. The North beach is to the left and if you carry on to the right you will come on to the sloping rocks which are used for fishing. The view from here is beautiful you can see across to Puffin island and the great Orme.