Bull Bay BeachBull Bay, Anglesey

Bull Bay beach, Anglesey, North Wales


Bull Bay (Porth Llechog) is situated in the village of Amlwch on the northern coast of
Anglesey. There are lots of facilities in the village, and plenty of rock pools to investigate in the bay - so it’s a fabulous place to bring the family. There are spectacular views across the Irish Sea and, on a clear day, you might even catch a glimpse of the Isle of Man!

Description

Bull Bay’s sweeping coastline, which is very rocky, contains lots of caves. It is great for kayakers and canoeists to explore. Some of the rocks in the area are over 570 million years old, which make them amongst the oldest in Wales. Bull Bay is a popular destination for both diving and boating, as well as fishing and other watersports.

The village of Amlwch and the immediate area are steeped in history. Not only are there pre-historic burial grounds, 17th-century copper mines, but there’s an old port close by too. The Anglesey coastal path also passes the bay, so it’s a super starting point for some coastal wanderings.

At a glance
  • A sheltered bay with fabulous views.

  • Facilities close by.

  • Popular with families.

  • Surrounding area steeped in history.

  • Caves and rockpools to explore.

  • A good old-fashioned seaside resort.

Beach info

Beach type

Shingle and rock.

Facilities

Loos are a short walk away from the bay.

There is a wide slipway which has easy access off the road.

Parking

There’s some free parking behind the bay. However, spaces get taken early. More parking is available a little further away on Bull Bay Road (Ffordd Porth Llechog) - but it’s walkable.
 

Access

Easy - there is a sloping slipway you can walk down - suitable for pushchairs etc too.

Dog restrictions 

There are no restrictions.

Top tips
Dangers
Flora & Fauna
Weather & tide
Activities
Paddleboarding
Sailing
Swimming
Kayaking
Fishing

The beach is extremely popular with fishermen, with a large slipway providing easy access to the sea. There are also popular fishing areas in the waters that surround the beach - as well as off the cliffs. You’re likely to catch the likes of pollock, bass, tope, whiting, and mackerel!

Diving
Coasteering

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