The section of the Anglesey shore opposite Caernarvon is known as Tal-y-Foel Beach (pronounced 'tal-ur-voil'), but it's not a place for paddling and sand-castles. The shore is mosly shingle and seaweed, with some small patches of coarse sand. The road runs along the seafront for about ⅔ mile with a parking area for about 6 cars which has good views towards the mountains of Snowdonia. There are no facilities except for a cafe at nearby Foel Farm Park.
The photos were taken at low tide.