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Beach:Silver Bay Beach

  • Green Coast Award

Beach, free entry

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Silver Bay is a beautiful, remote beach facing south into Cymyran Bay. The beach is wide and sandy with rocky outcrops to clamber over and plenty of opportunities for rock pooling. It is also popular for sailing, surfing and canoeing. The beach is backed by a conifer plantation, a Holiday Park and farmland and is bound by low rocky headlands. There is no direct vehicular access to the beach and visitors should park at neighbouring Borth Wen beach before using the spectacular Anglesey Coast Path to access Silver Bay beach. The path follows the coast in both directions and offers fine views of the Rhosneigr beaches to the south. Between Rhoscolyn and Treaddur is the Porth Diana Nature Reserve, home to the spotted rock rose, Anglesey's county flower.

Green Coast award beach. No facilities at the beach but Trearddur, to the north, has a selection of shops and services. Dogs are allowed.


Free entry


Silver Bay,
LL65 2RZ



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Map reference: SH 290752  Lat: 53.24680 Long: -4.56426

There is no direct vehicular access to Silver Bay beach and visitors should park at the neighbouring Borth Wen beach and use the Anglesey/Wales Coast Path to reach Silver Bay.

A55 Junction 3; A5 to Valley and left onto the B4545 signed for Trearddur Bay. Over Four Mile Bridge and left where signed to Rhoscolyn. Continue past the chapel and turn right where signed for Traeth/Beach. Note the sign stating limited car parking at the beach; access is via a narrow lane.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 4 miles from Valley station