Traeth Bychan

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Traeth Bychan
Traeth Bychan is located in Gwynedd
Traeth Bychan
Traeth Bychan
Location within Gwynedd
OS grid referenceSH 51587 84710
Principal area
CountryWales
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townMarianglas
Dialling code01248
PoliceNorth Wales
FireNorth Wales
AmbulanceWelsh
EU ParliamentWales
List of places
UK
Wales
Gwynedd
53°19′57″N 4°15′13″W / 53.33241°N 4.25368°W / 53.33241; -4.25368Coordinates: 53°19′57″N 4°15′13″W / 53.33241°N 4.25368°W / 53.33241; -4.25368

Traeth Bychan (Traeth = 'beach', Bychan = 'small') is a beach on the isle of Anglesey, Wales.

The beach faces eastwards and so offers shelter from the prevailing southwesterly winds. A popular beach with walkers along the Anglesey Coastal Path as well as members of the Red Wharf Bay Sailing and Watersports Club.

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.

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