Your Anglesey Guide
Everything you need to know about Anglesey

Whether you prefer to travel by foot, bike or even horseback, the island of Anglesey is an inspiring place to explore.

Along the coast there are endless sandy beaches, intriguing rocky coves, dramatic cliff top footpaths, salt-marshes, pine forests and undulating sand dunes. Further inland you’ll find rolling farmland, virtually traffic-free country lanes and quiet wildlife trails. 

Find everything you need to know about Anglesey's towns and villages, places to visit, things to do and great places to eat right fact, everything you need to plan you visit to our Island!

The 125 miles of coastal footpath are just calling out to be walked, and the turquoise waters are the perfect playground - from wild swimming and coasteering to paddleboarding or kayaking.

Visit ancient burial chambers, iconic lighthouses, castles or galleries.  Learn about Anglesey's fascinating history at Oriel Mon, or take the children for a day out at Foel Farm or Pili Palas.


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From waterfront restaurants and beachside cafes to cosy pubs or the best fish & chips - let us be your culinary guide to Anglesey!  


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From food festivals and art exhibitions, to porpoise watching and children's crafts.  Feeling sporty? Anglesey won't disappoint - the Tour de Mon, Anglesey Half Marathon, Sandman Triathlon and the Holy Trail are just some of the events all set against the backdrop of some amazing coastal scenery. 

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