The Crab Shop, Benllech

Many of our attractions are reopening and / or have alternative arrangements for visitor enjoyment and safety. Please contact the attraction below for further details.

• Whole, Fresh Cooked Anglesey Lobsters
• Fresh Dressed Anglesey Crab
• Fresh Anglesey Crab meat in Pots

Sourced from sustainable fishing grounds and using traditional pot-caught methods. Our True Taste Gold Award winning dressed crab and crab meat is hand-picked and additive free.

We are also pleased to offer Fresh Fish and Seafood to order ready for collection next day. Any variety, quantity and the preparation of your choice at no extra charge.

A good selection of ready to eat, fresh and frozen SEAFOOD always available.

Telephone orders all year round.

Contact details

David and Julia Livingstone
The Crab Shop
The Square
LL74 8SW
Tel: 07780763391 / 07909773665
Email: livilob@btinternet.com

Other Things to do

  • Benllech Beach

    'Benllech Beach'

    'Benllech is one of the most popular of the island's beaches with fine golden sand and clear blue waters which are exceptionally safe for bathing and paddling. '

  • Anglesey Adventures

    'Anglesey Adventures'

    'We offer a range of adventurous activities for you to choose from when planning your trip or event in North Wales. '

  • Isle of Anglesey Rural Cycling Network

    'Isle of Anglesey Rural Cycling Network'

    'Maps and descriptions of the cycle routes. '

  • Landscape Red Wharf Bay to Pentraeth Forest

    'Landscape Red Wharf Bay to Pentraeth Forest'

    'Once an important port, Red Wharf Bay lies on the east coast of Anglesey between the villages of Pentraeth and Benllech. '

Other Attractions

  • Walking


    'Going for a walk on Anglesey is a pleasure in itself.'

  • Cycle Wales

    'Cycle Wales'

    'Cycle Wales is a company based on Anglesey.'

  • Wildlife Red Wharf Bay and Pentraeth Forest

    'Wildlife Red Wharf Bay and Pentraeth Forest'

    'Red Wharf Bay lies on the east coast of Anglesey and stretches for some 2.5 miles between the villages of Red Wharf Bay and Llanddona. '