When we stayed at Anglesey Outdoors, we discovered Porth Dafarch beach which is just a 10 minute stroll away.

Porth Dafarch cove and the blue flag beach itself is a crescent shaped coasteering capital of Anglesey, the place people go to swim and explore the rugged rocks and coastline of west Anglesey.

With the beach offering easy access, kayaking and paddle boarding are also popular from the beach.

And of course, swimming from the golden sanded shoreline is hugely popular at the sheltered west-facing beach.

Angelsey Outdoors offers affordable accommodation to water sports enthusiasts, families and beach lovers. Its a 10 minute walk from Porth Dafarch

When we stayed to booked a four person wooden eco cabin, which was fitted with a shower and mini-kitchen.

eco cabins and pods at Angelsey Outdoors

Camping is available at the centre as well as bunkhouse accommodation. On site there’s also The Paddlers Return, a café bar that serves breakfast, evening food.

For more about visiting Angelsey check our blogs about Lovers Island the coastal path.

Angelsey Outdoors and Porth Dafarch beach