Moelfre Island Beach is located in Anglesey, in the northern side of Wales. It is a calm and pretty pebble beach overlooked by the village. It is sheltered and the slipway does it a popular place for launching boats. Moelfre Island is a small island, at low tide it has a length of 261m (856,3 feet) and a width of 121 m. Due to its approach to the mainland grasses are found and a few wild flowers. A couple of species of birds include gulls, terns, gannets, fulmars.