Traeth Llydan


Best at / for: sunset.

Best avoided: public holidays, mid-summer.

Parking: paid parking right next to the beach.

Access: easy walking, turn right along Porth Tyn Tywyn beach from parking.

Notes: a popular location, so may be busy at times.


Traeth Llydan is a south west facing beach accessed from the northern end through Rhosneigr, or from the coastal road to Aberffraw, with easy parking. Which makes it pretty popular between April and October. That said, it is still possible to find some space there very early and late, and walking along the coastal path, either east or west will afford some solitude most of the time.

Parking is pay and display and access to the beach by turning right along the beach or coastal path from the carpark.

This beach is a good location for year round sunsets, either over wet flat sand with a stream running across the beach, or from the many rocky outcrops. It can be difficult some of the time as it catches every breath of the prevailing south-westerly wind which is whipped up the Irish Sea. But, on the plus side, tides are less of an issue here than some other local coastal spots. So if the tide is unfavourable elsewhere you can head here and still get some interesting compositions.

There are other locations within easy walking distance, so you have quite a bit of choice if you park up here.