Porth Dafarch

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Several times of year, for my work related trips to Ireland, I dash down the A55 across Anglesey to board the ferry to Dublin at Holyhead. I never get the chance to see much of the island other than what I can see through the car windscreen. Holyhead isn’t a pretty place. It’s very much a working town without much work available, and that shows. Last week I was staying at Anglesey Outdoors, a campsite just outside Holyhead and it was something of a revaluation. After I’d checked in the campsite and settled into my Pod (I was “glamping”, I’m getting soft in my old age!)

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as it was a beautiful evening I decided to have a wander out to the coast, which was only a short distance away at Porth Dafarch. Arriving at the beach I had a wander along the cliffs. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.

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5 thoughts on “Porth Dafarch

  1. I am thinking “glamping” might be my way to go as well, although I like sleeping outside, or maybe it’s fond kid memories. This area looks really nice, clear water, possibly calm for kayaking as well.

  2. That beach in the first photo looks incredibly familiar. I don’t think I’ve been there – although we did holiday in North Wales a few times when I was a nipper. Hmmmm – I shall have to ask my parents. It certainly looks like a great place to go.

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