Benllech Beach is one of the lovliest beaches on Anglesey - worthy of its European Blue Flag award for 2004. Fine sweeping views of the coast here and facilities are available. The name Benllech may have originated from the Welsh words 'pen' and 'llech' meaning 'head' and 'rock' - a reference to the sedimentary wave-cut platforms to the north. Benllech is ideal for long seaside walks where you can find unusual beach flowers. There is also a cliff path, from Benllech Isaf to the neighbouring village of Moelfre. The beach itself islocated on the A5025 Menai Bridge to Amlwch Road. The beach is sign posted from the A5025.