Porth Tyn Tywyn
Porth Tyn Tywyn is a beautiful long sandy beach situated near Llanfaelog on the outskirts of Rhosneigr. Situated just off the A4080 Llanfairpwll to Rhosneigr road.
An ideal family beach, which is generally regarded as very clean. Access to the beach once you have parked is fairly easy, follow the path through the sand dunes, it does go up a little but the gradient isn’t too bad!
This beach is popular for Paddle boarding, surfing and canoeing. There is no lifeguard service at this beach, so care must be taken when there is an off shore wind. There is also no slipway to launch watercraft from this beach.
Anglesey Coastal Path
Section 10 of the Anglesey Coastal path runs from the village of Aberffraw to Rhosneigr and includes many sandy beaches like Porth Tyn Tywyn.
If you love beach walking, then this section of the coastal path is just for you. There is one beautiful sandy beach after another, with the gorgeous village of Rhosneigr at the end for a refreshment or two!
If you download the map here you can see. The map link to this section of the Anglesey Coastal Path is here
Parking for Tyn Tywyn Beach
A large pay and display car park is available for this beautiful coastal section of Anglesey.
Anglesey County Council have deliberately kept prices low to attract visitors. Averaging about a pound per hour.
The car park has capacity for approximately 100 cars, depending on how tidily people park!
The postcode for Porth Tyn Tywyn is LL64 5JR
There are no facilities at or near this beach. The nearest toilets are in the village of Rhosneigr about two miles away. The nearest shop is in the village of Llanfaelog about a mile up the road (turn left out of the car park).