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. Swimming here is generally safe.
Parking is at a P&D car park, with some short term roadside parking also available along the seafront. Access is down steps or a slipway, and facilities include (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