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Benllech - Anglesey
Wales

Benllech and Red Wharf Bay are some of Anglesey's most beautiful beaches and, for the reasonably fit, theres a well-maintained coastal walk (pictured) that goes all the way from Benllech to Moelfre and beyond. Spectacular views.

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