About Rhosneigr, Wales
Rhosneigr is situated just off the northern tip of Wales, on the island of Anglesey. The beach is wide and expansive, primarily sand, with some rocky outcrops. If you're going to kitesurf at Rhosneigr, be sure to visit when the tide is out first to see where the rocks are. The surf and beach areas are superb, providing great kitesurfing, great windsurfing and great surfing. Reason to visit? Waves, waves, and more waves! That said, there is an area protected by a small rocky outcrop, which does give some flat water. There is a designated area for launching, so check signs at the beach. Also, people do sail here - but the lanes are clearly marked by yellow buoys.
Traveling to Rhosneigr, Wales
Travel to Anglesey is fairly straightforward. If you are coming from outside the UK, you are likely to arrive via the Channel Tunnel or at Heathrow, Gatwick, or maybe even Manchester airport, all of which have good rail links to Anglesey. Once on the island, you can take the bus. If driving, you need to follow the A55 towards Holyhead. You will see the turn off for Rhosneigr. Just follow the signs, and as you come into the town, you will see the beach in front of you. Park anywhere near the beach - there are usually some spaces on the left of the road leading to the beach.
Facilities At Rhosneigr, Wales
The facilities surrounding this beach are excellent. There are a few camping and caravan sites close by, with one site offering bunk bed/cabin style accommodation. Also there are hotels and guesthouses. Near the beach, you have two kitesurf schools and a kitesurf shop (Funsport
), offering changing facilities and showers. For kitesurf tuition visit FKS Kite Surfing School
. Food and drink is also covered, with a nice local bar, newsagents, and café, plus a fish and chip shop.