Rhosneigr & Aberffraw Cottages

If you're on the lookout for a charming coastal retreat in Wales, consider giving Rhosneigr and Aberffraw a thought. These two lovely small towns offer breathtaking beaches, picturesque walks, and an array of activities to keep you entertained. Rhosneigr is famed for its wonderful water sports, such as surfing, windsurfing, and kiteboarding. Even if you're new to these activities, there are many schools and rental shops ready to get you started. When it's time to take a break from the waves, explore the town's unique shops and cosy cafes or enjoy a peaceful walk along the beach. Aberffraw offers a more tranquil experience with its traditional Welsh charm. The historic church and castle ruins add a touch of ancient allure while the stunning dunes at Aberffraw Nature Reserve lie just nearby. Birdwatchers will cherish spotting rare birds like choughs and skylarks in this serene setting. Don't wait any longer – search through our selection of cottages in Rhosneigr and Aberffraw today for your perfect getaway.

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Enjoy Water Sports at Rhosneigr Beach

Rhosneigr is renowned for its beautiful beaches and is a hotspot for water sports enthusiasts. Activities such as surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and paddleboarding are popular here. The beach is also a great place for a relaxing day by the sea, with golden sands and clear waters.

Explore Llyn Maelog

This picturesque lake near Rhosneigr is a lovely spot for a peaceful walk or a picnic. The surrounding area is rich in wildlife, making it a great place for bird watching and enjoying the natural scenery.

Visit the Barclodiad y Gawres Burial Chamber

Located between Rhosneigr and Aberffraw, this Neolithic burial chamber is one of the most significant prehistoric sites on Anglesey. It features impressive stone carvings and offers insights into the ancient history of the region. The site also provides beautiful views of the coastline.

Explore Aberffraw Beach and Sand Dunes

Aberffraw Beach, also known as Traeth Mawr, is a stunning, unspoiled sandy beach surrounded by dunes. It's a perfect spot for a peaceful walk, a family picnic, or beachcombing. The area is less crowded than other beaches, offering a serene escape.

Visit St. Cwyfan's Church (The Church in the Sea)

This unique and picturesque church is situated on a small tidal island just off the coast near Aberffraw. Also known as Eglwys Cwyfan, it is accessible on foot during low tide. The church's location and the surrounding scenery make it a must-visit spot for photographers

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