Located just beyond Aberffraw, Porth Cwyfan is a rugged bay featuring the 12th century church of St.Cwyfan. The church once stood on a peninsula which separated the coves of Porth Cwyfan and Porth China. Over the course of many years, the clay of the peninsula was eroded, creating a single beach. The church is now stranded on a small island in the centre of the bay. When the tide is low, you can walk out to the church via a rocky causeway.
This bay boasts a wonderfully isolated feel and is bordered by cliffs. There are numerous rock pools to explore and it’s always worth walking out to the church. You may hear the sound of cars racing around the track at Rhosneigr in background. Dogs are allowed on the beach throughout the year and will enjoy exploring the rock formations and rock pools or swimming in the sea.