Local Area Information

Benllech is situated on the East coast of Anglesey in North Wales and is renown for it's Blue Flag beach and proximity to the coastal path which runs around the entire island.  Why not walk to Red Wharf Bay in one direction or towards the quaint village of Moelfre in the other direction passing some stunning scenery.

Anglesey is a popular holiday destination for families with over 20 beaches and an abundance of children's activities on the island and surrounding areas of North Wales including Caernarfon, Bangor and Snowdonia where walkers will also find a range of walking conditions.

From the apartment you can easily visit some of North Wales castles and stately homes including Beaumaris and Caernarfon castles and Plas Newydd, whilst more energetic activities such as sailing, cycling, horse riding are widely available.

Within a five minutes drive you will find youself in the picturesque  former fishing village of Moelfre with a long maritime history – the active Moelfre  Lifeboat Station and Moelfre Seawatch Centre attract many visitors every year.  Moelfre can also be reached by walking the Anglesey Coastal Path More

Family days out

Explore the sights, sounds and smells of a real working farm at Foel Farm

See marine life at anglesey sea Zoo

See anglesey in minature at Model Village

Spread your wings at the Butterfly place

Soft play fun at treasure island

With so many different activities, what will you do first? Board the world’s only people powered roller coaster, master the Jungle Boats, build a den or whoosh down the huge Green Great Run at Greenwood forest park

Soft play centre in Bangor

Aeronautical history in North Wales at airworld museum

Gypsy wood an enchanting outdoor attraction for the whole family and is situated in the foothills of Snowdonia, North Wales. Set in 20 acres of natural beauty, visit us and discover one of Wales’s best kept outdoor secrets.

Enjoy a train trip on Snowdon railway or Llanberis lake railway

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Castles/Stately homes

Explore the castles at Beaumaris, Penrhyn and Caernarfon

Visit the stately home of plas newydd


As well as the lovely Benllech beach why not visit some of Anglesey's other beaches such as Lligwy located on the North East side of Anglesey, it is protected from the prevailing winds and being shallow shelving is ideal for little ones to paddle.  Discover amazing rock pools and an ancient fish trap, ideal for inqusitive nature lovers.  Out in the bay is Ynys Dulas (known locally as Seal Island) where you look out for  seals, dolphins and porpoise which are frequently sighted.

RED WHARF BAY has two beaches one reached through the Caravan Park, the main one is sandy, with channels and inlets. It is sheltered by hills and has a great pub and restaurant.

LLANDWYN,near Newborough. Spectacular views from long sandy beach backed by dunes and in a conservation area, a 2 mile walk takes you to Llandwyn Island with quiet coves and old lighthouse.

Dare you make the steep downhill drive to Llandonna beach to discover it's long and spacious sand that is ideal for family fun, a dip in the sea, windsurfing, kite-surfing and quality sea-fishing. Llandonna extends to Red Wharf Bay.

Other things to do

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Take a boat ride with rib ride

See the birds at south stack cliffs

Puffin island cruise more

Anglesey horse riding centre more

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Find more information on anglesey at visit Anglesey , Angelsey attractions and Go anglesey.


  • Contemporary ground floor apartment
  • 100 metres from blue flag beach
  • sleeps 4 + infant
  • One minute from Anglesey Coastal Path
  • Private parking
  • No pets and no smoking
  • Pubs, restaurants and shops within a short walk
  • Free Wifi
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