The Isle of Anglesey is situated off the north west coast of Wales, near the beautiful Snowdonia mountain range. The isle is separated from the mainland by two bridges, the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge. The island boasts 125 miles of spectacular coastline within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The long stretches of sandy beach are ideal for families, water sports and swimming.

Red Wharf Bay

Situated on the east coast of the island the bay provides a large expanse of golden sands, with views across to Benllech and Moelfre. The beach has been awarded Blue Flag status and is equipped with a small café and car park. There are many well maintained footpaths within the area including the Anglesey Coastal Path, which give the opportunity to view the variety of wildlife and sea life in the bay. Local facilities include golfing and fishing trips in nearby Beaumaris and horse riding in the village of Llanddonna.