Visit Anglesey


Tourists visit the Isle of Anglesey as it is one of the most beautiful areas in Wales and the UK. 95% of the coastline is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the region is home to an abundance of wildlife.

One of the best ways to discover Anglesey is on foot. The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is 125 miles long and passes through 20 towns and villages as well as glorious farmland, dramatic coastline, and cliffs, woodland and salt marshes. From start to finish the walk takes about 12 days to complete and passes Holyhead Mountain, the highest point on Anglesey.

If you prefer to do things with a bit more pace then you’re in luck as Anglesey also has brilliant cycle paths throughout the island. The Lôn Las Copr is a 36-mile circular route through the northeast of the island. The route takes cyclists past the breath-taking Parys Mountain (the site of a large copper mine that was used in the 18th century) and the only working windmill in Wales. Lôn Las Cefni is a family-friendly cycle path that is traffic free and about 13 miles long.

With so much to discover from Cors Erddreiniog – Anglesey’s largest fen to Llyn Cefni Reservoir, why not stay in a pub during your holiday to the region? Pubs and inns in Anglesey provide guests with a great alternative to hotels or traditional B&Bs. Offering not just great accommodation but home cooked food, real ale and a lively environment.

So don’t hesitate in booking a trip to visit Anglesey today! Check out our guide to North Wales for more idea on what to explore in the area.

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