Adjacent to Llanddwyn beach but far less visited, Newborough offers a wonderful expanse of golden sand and dogs are permitted on the entire beach throughout the year. It can be accessed via a relatively short walk from the main car park at Llanddwyn by walking along Llanddwyn beach and through the gap in the headland. If the tide is in, you can walk through the woodland. Alternatively, drive past the turning for Llanddwyn and park in one of the car parks for Newborough Woods which are next to the main road. From these you can take a pleasant hike through the woods to the beach and the round trip will take you roughly 3 hours.
Newborough beach affords wonderful views along the Anglesey coastline. There don’t tend to be many people about and you can walk to the lighthouse on the peninsula when the tide is out. The beach is backed by an area of dunes and then the wonderful woodland which features diverse flora and fauna.
Parking is free in the woodland car parks but you will have to pay to use the main car park at Llanddwyn.