Rhosneigr - Traeth Crigyll BeachRhosneigr, Anglesey
Traeth Crigyll, Rhosneigr, Anglesey, North Wales
Traeth Crigyll, on Anglesey’s beautiful western coast, lies quite literally, right in front of Rhosneigr village. A fabulous place for walking, and watersports. This large, sandy beach, with its rocky outcrops and dramatic sand-dunes, really is stunning! Set in unspoilt countryside, with magnificent views of both Snowdonia and the Llŷn Peninsula, Rhosneigr and its beach are idyllic places to stop, relax and unwind for a while.
World-renowned for its extreme sporting activities, and thought of as one of the top spots in Wales for windsurfing, kitesurfing and surfing, this is the place the thrill-seekers flock to! When the wind and waves are right, there’s a real ‘surfer-dude’ atmosphere here, and you’ll see lots of people walking about (even in the cafes) in wetsuits. This beach is windy, wavy, and wonderfully Welsh.
Rhosneigr has a thriving community and a rich history. Bring a picnic with you, by all means, but being so close to the shops and amenities of the village means there’s plenty of places to eat, drink and shop. This seaside village is ideal for spending a family day out in, with lots to keep everyone entertained, be it building sandcastles, buying a trendy beach-bag, or battling the elements on a board!
World famous for windsurfing, kitesurfing and surfing - all year round!
Watersports lessons available - plus kit, both to buy and hire.
One of the best sandy beaches on Anglesey.
Plenty of places to eat, drink and shop.
Wonderful walks in both directions.
Dogs and kids love this place.
Sandy - with some shingle.
The Surf Cafe (on the main road down to the beach) has a loo that’s just off the street. For non-customers, there’s an honesty box.
Slipway available, although it’s short, so essentially it’s a beach launch location.
Cash dispensers - located in both the Post Office/Spar in Rhosneigr and the Wayside Stores in Llanfaelog.
Rhosneigr Post Office & Spar Grocery.
Free parking for approx 100 cars in the village car park, just off the high-street. Awel Y Mor, Rhosneigr, LL64 5QE. There are a number of parking spaces on the actual high-street too, and also on some of the roads leading down to the beach. Parking is difficult at busy times, especially on the main beach road.
If you manage to park close to the beach it’s an easy few steps, then a step down from the road onto the beach. If you park in the village car park it’s a short walk to the beach - approx 2-3 mins/200m away.
A world-renowned destination!
A world-renowned destination!
Contact the Rhosneigr Boatowners Association (www.rba.uk.net) for more info.
A world-renowned destination!
There are numerous marks/sites around Rhosneigr, both for shore and boat angling. The tides in the area make it an especially good spot for Bass. Basically, lures work best when the bass are chasing bait-fish - so, find an area that has bait, and you’ll find bass! This is sometimes indicated by diving gulls. Rocks and weed etc. are often a safe bet, with bass lurking closeby - ready to pounce! Evening and morning are the most favourable times, when invertebrates, and the bait-fish that feed on them, are most active. Water clarity is also a bonus - as it helps the bass home-in on your lures better. As the weather gets colder the bass get less active, and are therefore less willing to chase bait. Be aware that it’s a busy holiday beach - so there may be some noise and disruption!
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