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Trearddur Bay. This beach is locally known to provide good wave sailing conditions when all the other beaches are too windy. Sailing is possible at most times except high tide as a shore break develops and it can be difficult to launch. There is also a rip tide here, which can be strong at certain times so beginners are advised to check the tides or sail elsewhere. The best conditions are W winds which create excellent waves, but arrive early during the summer because it is likely that many other people have had the same idea as you!


Getting there: From Holyhead travel S on the B4545 until you reach Trearddur, the beach is then signposted

Parking: Parking near the beach

Ideal Wind: W – NW

Accomodation: B&B’s in town

Amenities: Usual seaside town amenities

Water Quality: MCSG

Suitable for: Intermediate

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