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Newborough Warren & Ynys Llanddwyn, Newborough

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 280 reviews on the web
Newborough Warren & Ynys Llanddwyn is located in Newborough. Using our international travel planner, Newborough attractions like Newborough Warren & Ynys Llanddwyn can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Just love coming here one of our favourite places peaceful location spectacular scenery many different walks mr darcey our airedale loves it too can't wait to return 
  • I've been coming here all of my life and watched the sheep tracks replaced by paths for walkers making it accessible for all. The history and legend of Dwynwen make this one of the most magical places...  read more »
  • Visited this location a short while ago,found a nice free car park prior to entering the village of Newborough. Alongside the car park is a lake with many birds for those interested in birdwatching. T...  read more »
  • Newborough Warren & Llanddwyn Island are magical places at any time of year. Often overlooked by many it is really worth looking into this vast expanse of dunes, forest and beach. Llanddwyn island was featured in the 2006 Demi Moore film 'Half Light'. It is also the remnants of a tectonic plate with some great examples of pillow lava. No matter what the weather is like the scenery is beautiful. With a South Westerly facing beach it can be exposed at times but shelter is easily found in the dunes and forest which are extensive. Depending on the time of year and day there can be charges in the region of £3 for parking. That said on the few occasions I have been there either the original machines were broken or the toll booth was shut.
  • Fabulous, well managed and beautiful location. Walk or ride through the pine woods, enjoy miles of unspoilt sandy beaches and all for just a £4 parking fee. Dogs allowed on all but one area of the beach during summer. Go for the day, take a pair of walking boots and a picnic you won't be disappointed.
  • Wonderfull beach and walks through the sand dunes lots of wildlife to look for including Red Squirels and Ravens. There is an admission charge for the car but its well worth it as there is a good car park toilet block and showers by the beach.
  • Beautiful I love it here. My dad camped not far from here as a child and told us to visit. I'm glad I did the first time we did. Beach split in summer months so you can take dogs. £4 parking
  • Awesome beach. Nice and shallow for the kids. Great forest walks. Bargain carpark at £4
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