The shore at Ffynnongroyw consists of mud and sand with a narrow upper shore of sand and millions of shells (mostly cockles) backed by a sea wall and the main Holyhead rail line. Access from the village is a footbridge across the railway which leads directly onto the shore. The Afon y Garth emerges onto the shore here. The best part of the beach is about ½ mile to the east. Parking can usually be found in the village, but take care to park considerately.
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