Porth Tywyn Mawr Beach
Porth Tywyn Mawr beach translated means big sandy beach, and this is certainly true. This beach is quite remote and accessed down a back lane from the Valley to Cemaes road (A5025)
This beach is both long and wide and very flat, nearly half a mile in length. The beach is golden sand and is mainly backed by sand dunes.
This beach has a very rural feel to it, apart from the Penrhyn Bay caravan site at the southern end of it, there is very little else here.
If you look straight out to sea and slightly to the right you will be able to see the Skerries lighthouse, one of six lighthouses situated around the coast of Anglesey.
Anglesey Coastal Path
This is another stunning beach that is crossed when on the Anglesey Coastal Path.
The Anglesey Coastal Path which is made up of 12 sections and starts at Holyhead, Porth Tywyn Mawr beach is on this first section, which ends at Llanfaethlu.
This is a popular beach for many types of water sports like sailing, jet-skiing, kite-surfing and kayaking.
As this is quite a remote beach there are no facilities like toilets or shops. The nearest facilities are at Valley crossroads, approximately 4 miles away.
Porth Tywyn Mawr beach is ideal for dog walking, there are no dog restrictions on this beach.
How to get there
Once on Anglesey follow the A55 towards Holyhead. Leave at Exit 3 signposted Y Fali/ Valley.
At this roundabout follow sign for Valley. At Valley turn Right at the traffic lights - signposted Amlwch A5025. The road to Penrhyn is first on the left after the small village of Llanfachraeth. Follow the road down for 2 miles. Postcode is LL65 4YH. OS grid ref is SH 2867 8502
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