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Small quiet sandy beach

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Small quiet sandy beach

We'll be staying in Bangor in early September for a few days and weather permitting would like to go for a swim on preferably a small quiet beach. Not bothered about ice creams, cafes, beach shops etc and would prefer sand to shingle. Any suggestions please?

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1. Re: Small quiet sandy beach

We visited Lligwy beach near Moelfre on Anglesey earlier this week and thought it's lovely.

It has a small car park and little shop but is definitely not commercialised. We chose it because dogs are allowed there (could be a plus or a minus point for you I guess). The sand is beautiful. Many people were swimming in the sea and using their canoes.

Caution! Avoid Cemaes Bay on Anglesey for the time being as there is a sewage leak there.

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2. Re: Small quiet sandy beach

Many thanks - would prefer dog free though. I'll have a look at the blue flag list (should have thought of that earlier) and see what they say.

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3. Re: Small quiet sandy beach

Try this website ... it points out the beaches with dog restrictions:

www.anglesey.gov.uk/doc.asp?doc=1709&cat=1794

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