Once the site of a lifeboat station, Porth Ruffydd is a narrow, sheltered cove of mostly shingle on Holy Island, Anglesey. A free car parking area with cycle stands is situated at Grid Ref: SH216802. From here, a heather bordered path leads about ¼ mile to the coastal path, from where concrete steps descend to the shore. It's a good beach for swimming and snorkelling and is a popular venue for coasteering clubs, but beware of strong currents just offshore.
The photos were taken at mid-tide.