We’re raising our drinks to Newborough Beach for the one of the best beaches we visited. Managed by the Forestry Commission, this unspoilt stretch of Wales’ coastline is simply beautiful and great for children of all ages. Entry to Newbrough Beach is via the three pounds toll that takes you down through the red squirrel woodland to the car park with the only toilets we found on site. Alternatively you could park in the town of Newborough and walk to the beach, which could take you more than 30 minutes and its up hill on the way back. There are no refreshments facilities or a shop selling buckets and spades. Like many families we brought a picnic and lots of drinks to cool down. Probably one of Anglesy’s best-kept secrets is Newborough Beach. We visited on a Saturday when the weather was hot and there was ample space to sunbathe and watch the children play. The beach is mostly sandy with some sections of pebbles. Our children were fine in bare feet on the beach. Once we found a spot to place our beach towels we spent a good leisurely four hours on the beach, playing in the shallow tidal waters, picnicking and admiring the scenery of not just Snowdon but also our neighbour’s bottom sunbathing in an unflattering thong. Cheers to Newborough Beach for a great FREE family day out.