Tan Dinas is one of Anglesey'smost secret and least visited beaches. Lying below the old Tan Dinas limestone quarry - which closed in the 1950's - it has a shore of limestone pebbles and some small patches of sand backed by slopes covered in dense scrub. There are considerable remnants of quarrying activity at the eastern side.
The coastal path passes through Tan Dinas farm about 400 yards inland, missing the beach. Access to the shore from the coastal path is a public footpath which begins opposite the farm and leads steeply down through a field to a kissing gate on the left. The route through the next field (indicated by yellow marker posts) leads to a gate, from where a steep track leads right onto the shore.
The photos were taken at low tide.