Llanddona Beach is at the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay, and is a wide sandy beach backed by some shingle. There are two lanes down from Llanddona village - both are very narrow with sharp corners and a steep gradient (35% / 1 in 3 / 19°). If you have a long vehicle or a trailer you will need to park in the village and walk down.
The lanes connect and run along the back of the beach for a distance of about ½ mile, and this part of the beach is subject to dog restrictions from 1st May to 30th September. A Beach warden is in attendance from late May until early September. Facilities at the beach include toilets with drinking water, cycle stands, a beach shop / cafe and picnic tables. Parking is either at a free car park or on the shingle at the back of the beach. Activities at the beach include wind-surfing, surfing, kite-carting and swimming.