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Explore Benllech

A coastal village located on the East coast of Anglesey. With its mile-long golden sand beach, proudly flying its Blue Flag status, and the town sitting above it full of shops and eateries. A perfect spot to base yourself to explore all of North Wales.

Benllech is the perfect location to base yourselves on for a family holiday. It has a world-class Blue Flag beach and stunning stretches of the Anglesey Coastal Footpath, which take you around the coast to Moelfre and Red Wharf Bay. With Tesco Express, Co-op, and several pubs, cafes, and restaurants, you can leave your car in the driveway and enjoy your time in Benllech.

Food & Drink

There is no shortage of pubs, restaurants and cafes in Benllech, with some of the finest fish and chips in North Wales from Finney’s. Why not treat yourself to some fresh lobster or crab from The Crab Shop.

Things to Do

When in Benllech, making the most of its Blue Flag beach is key. Getting lost in a book on the golden sands before popping up for lunch at The Wedon Cafe. With miles of The Coastal footpath, you can easily hop to a neighbouring beach and enjoy lunch at Lligwy Beach Cafe. Beaumaris is just a short drive away, and you can spend the day exploring and visiting the castle.

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