The popular Trearddur Bay has a crescent of sand with rocks at either ends, along with a few small rocky coves nearby. Although remaining fairly undeveloped, there are plenty of caravan and camping sites nearby and a B&B.
The beach itself is OK, but not great for wind surfing and kite-surfing, but can get a little busy in the summer with holiday makers. I'm not too sure about the quality of the surf here, but I have seen small, clean looking waves breaking, so on a big swell it may be worth a look. Really more of a beach for the more sedate holiday maker, or for exploring the rock pools on a day with no wind or surf. There is plenty of car-parking close to the beach. Toilets with disabled facilities are available. Dogs are allowed on the beach but are restricted in certain areas.
Surf Conditions at Trearddur Bay can be OK
Buggying Conditions at Trearddur Bay are Not Good
Windsurfing Conditions at Trearddur Bay can be OK
Kitesurfing Conditions at Trearddur Bay are Unknown