Benllech Beach is a popular sandy beach backed by a sea wall and promenade on Anglesey's eastern coast. The beach shelves gently, providing generally safe conditions for bathing. To the north the shore becomes rocky, whilst to the south-east the sandy shore continues to St David's Beach. On the northern side of the beach is a disused pipeline, and dog restrictions apply (from 1st May to 30th September) between this and a line of rocks to the southern end. Beach Wardens are in attendance from late May until early September to give advice, first aid etc.
Parking is at a P&D car park, with some short term roadside parking also available along the seafront. Facilities include a slipway, (seasonal) toilets ♿, beach shop and a seating area with picnic tables.
St David's Beach is a sandy beach backed by a holiday park, and the only parking available is for park residents. Access for everyone else is along the beach or coastal path from Benllech