Porth Wylfa is a mostly shingle beach on Anglesey's north coast backed by boulder clay banks. It looks out towards the island of Middle Mouse. Like most Anglesey beaches the shore has a good variety of pebbles. Parking is at a small free car park at the end of the road from Tregele. There is an information board, picnic table and cycle stands here. At the car park entrance a public footpath leads into a wooded area where the path divides, the path on the right leading across a field to the coastal path behind the beach. From here, access to the shore is down a short steep path.
The photos were taken at mid-tide on a hot July afternoon. The name Porth Wylfa translates as 'Cove of the Lookout'.