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Moelfre & Porth yr Aber

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The beach at Moelfre is mostly rocks and small shingle, but has good facilities. A small P&D care park overlooks the beach with plenty of seating and a small snack bar and ice-cream shop to the side. A pub (The Kinmel Arms) is located on the opposite side of the road. Further (free) car parking with toilets can be found just a short walk away in the village. From here, a footpath follows a small stream as it tumbles down through the village, emerging onto the beach via a culvert. The beach looks out along the north Wales coast towards Great Orme Head.

Porth yr Aber beach is about 400 yards to the south, and is a bay of mostly shingle with easy access from the coast path. Between the two beaches is a wave-cut platform about 100 yards long, which is a good place for sunbathing.

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Moelfre Beach
Moelfre Beach
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Porth yr Aber
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