Things to do near Llanddwyn Island beach

Things to do near the All Wales Path at Llanddwyn Island beach.

Besides the beauty of the island itself, the geology of Llanddwyn is a major point of interest while walking the beaches of Llanddwyn Island. From the dramatic natural rock barrier on the island’s east coast, to the colourful rocks close to the tip of the island, and the slabs of pillow lava right at the entrance to the island ..Llanddwyn Island (peninsula) has more than its fair share of interesting geological formations.

The ruins of St Dwynwen’s Chapel and Holy Well add a romantic twist to any visit to the small peninsula. St Dwynwen is the patron Saint of Welsh lovers.

Nature lovers will appreciate a short diversion into the Newborough Forest in search of the elusive red squirrels which thrive on this corner of the Isle of Anglesey.

Naturist lovers might appreciate a diversion into the sand dunes, on the edge of Malltraeth Bay and Newborough beach, in pursuit of the not so elusive nude sunbathers.