Trearddur Bay

tbay beachTREARDDUR BAY has a fine award winning sandy beach that attracts families, surfers, windsurfers, kite-surfers, divers, jet-ski enthusiasts, the posh boat set and plenty of fishermen who cast off the rocks on both sides of the beach.

Because the coastline is rocky and the water incredibly clear it attracts diving enthusiasts from all over Britain.

You can nibble an ice cream or grab a burger while you look out over this beautiful bay.

Trearddur Bay beach is the biggest and the most popular beach on the rocky coastline surrounding this small village.

If you take a stroll along Ravenspoint Road on the left you will encounter small sandy coves, the largest of which is Porth Diana.

Trearddur Bay is also home to RNLI Lifeboat Station which operates two inshore lifeboats – a B class and a D class. The crews have been presented with four awards for gallantry.

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