This large pebble and sand beach is a popular spot for families thanks to its lifeguard cover and rock pools, ideal for crabbing and swimming.
The Isle of Anglesey coastal path runs along the top of the cliffs, making the beach a popular spot for walkers too.
There is a restaurant known for its lobster and a more relaxed café on the seafront, ideal for grabbing snacks after a walk or rock pooling session!
Dogs are welcome but restricted and must be on leads. The path that leads down to the beach from the village is steep and not suitable for wheelchair users.
Church Bay is a beautiful spot in North Wales…