Red Wharf Bay is a small village on the east coast of Anglesey North Wales. Situated between the holiday resort of Benllech and the village of Llanddona it is the perfect location for a seaside holiday. As its name suggests the village sits on the edge of a bay ...and what a bay!
Red Wharf Bay Beach: Red Wharf Bay is a massive expanse of sand, at low tide almost 10 sq miles, 25 sq km, of sand is uncovered. The sand - and the sea life - disappears beneath the waves twice a day, and than “miraculously” reappears a few hours later. Yes, we all know its down to the gravitational pull of the moon but Red Wharf Bay is one of those rare places where you can fully appreciate the power of the tidal range. One minute the waves are lapping the promenade, the next, the tide has receded to the horizon. Ok, ok I exaggerate a little, but I hope you get the gist of what I am saying. ....
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