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.
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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.
The island of Anglesey, off the coast of North Wales, must be rounded by coastal shipping making the passage up or down the western seaboard, and as a consequence of Read more [...]
The rocks upon which the Skerries Lighthouse stands are at the end of a low tract of submerged land North-East of Holyhead which lies directly in the path of many Read more [...]
Holyhead lifeboat station was established in 1828 and now operates inshore and all weather lifeboats. RNLI shop open but station by appointment or Sunday mornings.
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Caer Lêb (name means Leaven Castle) is a low-lying rectilinear enclosure, with double banks and ditches.
Barclodiad y Gawres Burial Chamber is apartially reconstructed Neolithic burial chamber. The site has limited access: you can view the outside all year but the burial chamber itself can only Read more [...]
Bryn Celli Ddu Burial Chamber, a chambered Neolithic tomb on the site of a former henge monument.