LLanddwyn seems to be paddle-able in most tidal states.There are several landing spots around the island including Pilots Cove, where there are two lighthouses and a row of old pilot’s cottages. There are lots of opportunities for rock hopping around the island and plenty of wildlife to keep an eye out for.

How to get there:

Head into Newborough and follow the signs for LLanddwyn. There is a toll barrier at the beginning of the Newborough forest road – last year it was £3 but so far this year it has been free.

Facilities:

There are toilets and a picnic/BBQ area situated in Newborough forest car park.

Hazards:

kite surfers, boats and the usual coastal hazards.

Ins and Outs:

Park at Newborough forest car park and launch from Newborough beach.

Notes:

Try to launch on a rising tide to avoid a long carry on the return trip.

Overview:

LLanddwyn is situated on the south coast of Anglesey and is only an island on very high tides. It is a beautiful place rich in history and wildlife – including seals and dolphins.

Location:

Llanddwyn Island

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LOCAL INFORMATION WEBSITES

Anglesey History
A guide to the history of Llanddwyn Island