Live web cam of Traeth Bychan beach, the home of Red Wharf Bay Sailing & Water Sports Club.
Traeth Bychan (Small Beach in English) is, as its name tells us, a small but popular beach on the isle of Anglesey (Ynys Môn being the Welsh name for the isle). The bay faces eastwards and so offers shelter from the prevailing south-westerly winds. There is also a privately owned harbour adjacent to the beach at Traeth Bychan. A popular beach with walkers along the Anglesey Coastal Path.
This quiet beach is famous as the spot where the submarine HMS Thetis was beached after a tragic accident which occurred off the coast, when the vessel was carrying out trials in 1939.
There is a cafe and public toilets within the pay & display car park. Nearby, is the small town of Benllech and the village of Marian-Glas.