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Pentraeth is a village on the island of Angleseymarker (Ynys Môn), north Walesmarker, at . The Royal Mail postcode begins LL75.

Its Welsh name means at the end of (or head of) a beach, and it is located near Traeth Cochmarker (Red Wharf Bay). There is a small river, Afon Nodwydd which runs through it. The village's ancient name was Llanfair Betws Geraint. In 1170 it was the site of a battle when Hywel ab Owain Gwynedd landed with an army raised in Irelandmarker in an attempt to claim a share of the kingdom of Gwyneddmarker following the death of his father Owain Gwynedd. He was defeated and killed here by the forces of his half-brothers Dafydd ab Owain Gwynedd and Rhodri.

In 1859, Charles Dickens stayed in the village on his trip, as a journalist for The Times, to visit the wreck of the Royal Chartermarker in Moelfremarker. Between 1908 and 1950 there was a railway stationmarker in the village, which was on the Red Wharf Bay branch linemarker.

The village has a football side, Pentraeth F.C., who play in the Anglesey League, and won the Megan Cup in 2005/06.

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