The Wales Coast Path includes the Isle of Anglesey and the Isle itself creates a circular walk of 125 miles / 200km with an average number of days to complete Read more [...]
Heading to Isle of Anglesey and looking for something to do or a place to visit. The Isle of Anglesey has a most distinctive, attractive and varied landscape and due to it’s strategic position is dotted with castles and burial chambers to visit.
Much of the coastal zone of Anglesey is a designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in order to protect the island’s landscape and habitats, covering most of Anglesey’s 201 km (125 miles) coastline the AONB also encompasses Holyhead Mountain and Mynydd Bodafon that form a distinctive and spectacular backdrop to the coast.
Finding the right Anglesey day out for your family is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search at the top of the page to plan your next Anglesey activity.
Anglesey Sea Zoo has a large aquarium, shipwreck with congor eels, shark pool. Talks throughout the day helping to explain the 150 native species, diving displays and daily feeds are Read more [...]
Holyhead Maritime Museum is in the oldest lifeboat station in Wales from 1847. The museum has displays of models, paintings, photos and artefacts that take you through the maritime history Read more [...]
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is the longest name of any village and the name is proudly displayed on the station and village shops. Originally called LLanfair Pwllgwyngwll, the village had its name changed Read more [...]
Llynnon Mill is the only working windmill in Wales. Watch the traditional way of making flour with the big windmill sails driving large millstones to make stone-ground flour from organic Read more [...]
RSPB South Stack Centre is on top of the cliffs overlooking the South Stack lighthouse and the cliff-side nesting colonies. You can see the birds through live TV images, telescopes Read more [...]
Swtan is a fully restored example of a 17th century Welsh cottage with a thatched roof, crogloft. It is situated on the beautiful north west Wales coast of Anglesey, in Read more [...]
The port at Amlwch was developed due to the high importance of the copper mine at Parys Mountain. The harbour built in 18th century in a small north facing cove Read more [...]
Beaumaris Gaol, opened in 1829, as a Victorian Gaol in the heart of Beaumaris. The gaol was thought to be a model prison with running water and toilets in each Read more [...]
Din Dryfol Burial Chamber, Neolithic chambered tomb consisting of several large stones, one stands at about 10 feet (3 metres) high. The capstone has collapsed and many stones are missing Read more [...]
Din Lligwy Huts are well-preserved stone-built huts in an enclosure dating from the Romano-British period. Excavation has revealed a variety of buildings, including roundhouses and rectangular barns/workshops.
Castell Bryn Gwyn is a circular bank of Neolithic origin, surviving to a height of 12 feet. Artifacts found give evidence of Iron Age and Roman settlements.