LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY LOCATION GUIDES:
Best at / for: sunset, stormy weather.
Best avoided: public holidays, sunrise.
Parking: free parking with a 20 minute walk to the headland.
Access: some easy walking required.
Notes: a popular location, so can be quite busy at times.
Aberffraw is a small coastal village which was once the capital of most of Wales, before its current incarnation as a principality.
It has a fabulous old stone road bridge, which is very difficult to photograph due to the surroundings. But photographers will get the best from this location by following the river estuary down to the headland on the right hand bank, as it reaches the beach. From here you will have sweeping views across to the mainland, a smaller beach with a rocky fore shore, And many opportunities to make the most of coastal photography.