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Anglesey may be a small island, but it has a huge history – and is packed full of things to see and do. You can craft your perfect escape, whether you’re the adventurous type, seeking to scale cliffs and dive the deeps; a cyclist looking to test their mettle on more than 100 miles of tracks through the island’s glorious natural scenery; a golfing fanatic with a yearning for a links; a history buff looking to explore archaeology and architecture dating back millennia; or you’re simply looking for a quiet drink overlooking the sea.

We’ve gathered the best that Anglesey has to offer, all in one place – we know you’ll love the island as much as we do.

Anglesey Adventure & Outdoors

With 120 miles of picturesque coastline, Anglesey is a magnet for lovers of the sea - from the Menai Regatta, one of the world’s most famous, to a wealth of options for diving, swimming, surfing, kayaking and more. It doesn’t end there, however, whether you’re a keen angler, a rock climber or a fan of endurance sports, Anglesey has activities that will turn any holiday into an adventure.
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Fishing

Anglesey boasts some of the United Kingdom's best fishing. From lakes to shores to sea fishing, and from pollock to eels, turbot to tope and mackerel; you’ll struggle to find a location that comes closer to the angler’s dream than the island of Anglesey. With excellent fishing available all year round, make sure your next holiday is here.

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Anglesey Water Sports

Wind-power or horsepower, the Anglesey coast has plenty of options for visitors looking for a hit of adrenaline - with windsurfing, jet-skis, sailboats and motorboats ready and waiting to give your holiday that little extra. However, there are also plenty of opportunities for sea-swimming, diving among the incredible wrecks and reefs and more besides.
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Anglesey Climbing

From all-ages indoor walls to advanced sea cliff climbing, Anglesey provides the chance to flex your climbing muscles (however well developed) in a variety of ways - including as part of exciting coasteering expeditions. With some of the best sea cliffs in Europe, and set amid a landscape to match, you’ll prize that summit even more.
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Anglesey Food & Drink

Anglesey has more than just great natural beauty, it also has a thriving food and drink industry that’s perfect for both locals and holidaymakers. From cafes, pub grub and takeaways to fine dining, there are options on the island for any occasion.
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Anglesey Fine Dining

Anglesey has more to offer than just its great natural beauty - it’s also lucky enough to have an amazing selection of restaurants, perfect for locals and holiday makers alike. On this page, you’ll find some of the best restaurants and fine dining on offer on Anglesey.
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Anglesey Pub Grub

Whether you're looking for fine wine or a cask ale with your meal, Anglesey has you covered. The island has developed a thriving food and drink scene that literally caters for all tastes and preferences. On this page, you’ll find some of the best gastro-pubs and traditional pub grub on offer on Anglesey.
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Anglesey Cafés & Bistros

Looking for a lite-bite after a busy morning or somewhere to relax and chat with coffee and a sweet treat? Anglesey has a fantastic selection of cafes and bistros fit for any occasion - and we've collected some of the best right here.
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Anglesey Takeaways

After a day of adventure on the sea or relaxing on the beach, sometimes you need an evening in. Anglesey has a wide variety of different global cuisines available for takeaway. To save you a little time - we've put together a selection of the best around.
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Anglesey Beaches

125 miles of glorious coastline, sandy beaches and blue water make Anglesey the perfect destination for a UK beach getaway - it also boasts 6 of the UK’s 71 Blue Flag Beaches. Whether you’re looking to relax with a book, lie back and listen to the waves, take a walk or watch a glorious sunset, you’ll find few places like Anglesey.
The Afon (River) Goch as it reaches Dulas Bay.

Traeth Yr Ora

Overlooking Dulas Island, Traeth yr Ora is a beautiful, isolated, sand and shale beach - and one of Anglesey's hidden gems.

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Trearddur Bay on the Isle of Anglesey

Traeth Trearddur

A Blue Flag award, excellent amenities, and stunning views. Trearddur beach is perfect for family days and adventure.

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Disused Victorian brickworks which produced fire bricks, Porth Wen, Anglesey, Wales, Britain

Traeth Porth Wen

Beautiful Porth Wen is a hidden gem. Off the beaten path & overlooking 19th century brickworks, Porth Wen is truly stunning.

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Traeth Mawr

Traeth Mawr is one of Anglesey's hidden gems, a beautiful, peaceful and secluded beach with awesome views.

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Traeth Lligwy near to Moelfre on Anglesey.

Traeth Lligwy

Sand dunes, rock pools and soft sand make Lligwy a popular beach for families, for swimming, relaxing and for adventure.

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NEWBOROUGH / WALES - APRIL 26 2018 : Kite flyer surfing at Newborough beach - Wales - United Kingdom

Traeth Llanddwyn

Backed by Newborough nature reserve, Blue Flag awarded Llanddwyn beach offers views of Snowdonia, blue water and golden sands.

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The coastal path from Crigyll Bay to Aberffraw Bay on the island of Angelsey, North Wales

Traeth Crigyll

Traeth Crigyll, Rhosneigr's main beach is a beautiful expanse of golden sand and is ideally situated for days of family fun and adventure.

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Evening light at Benllech Beach, Anglesey, Wales, UK

Traeth Benllech

Blue Flag Benllech beach boasts glorious views, ample parking, fine golden sand and is perfect for relaxation or adventure.

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Porth Swtan (Church Bay)

The beautiful, pebble and sand Porth Swtan (Church Bay) is a west facing beach, perfect for relaxing days and glorious sunsets.

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Anglesey Culture & Heritage

Anglesey's beautiful landscape is rich with archaeological and historical points of interest from the stone age to the modern. With landmarks, monuments, castles and more, visitors to the island will find a wealth of history to explore.
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A Brief History of Anglesey

A potted history of Anglesey's rich history, from the Stone Age to the Druids, Romans to Vikings and more besides.

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Paranormal Anglesey

From ancient stories to ghost hunting evenings at Beaumaris Gaol, Anglesey has a history of paranormal stories and folklore.

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Anglesey Museums & Galleries

Check out some of the best and most interesting museums and galleries for fascinating days out on the island of Anglesey.
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Holyhead, UK - May 2, 2019: South Stack Lighthouse on the western most tip of Anglesey.

Anglesey Landmarks

Anglesey boasts many an archaeological and historic landmark dating from the Stone Age all the way to the modern day.
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Anglesey Walks & Wildlife

With 125 miles of coastline, thousands of acres of nature reserves and parkland, Anglesey is the perfect place to walk and experience nature. So whether you're looking for a hike to get the blood pumping or a stroll to help relax, the island has the perfect walk for you.
Small waterfalls, The Dingle Nature Reserve Llangefni. Long expo

Newborough National Nature Reserve

Walks and runs for any fitness level. Take in miles of stunning forest and coastline at Newborough Nature Reserve.

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Retired Couple enjoying the breath taking scenic view of Plas Newydd Country House,situated on the bank of the Menai Strait.

Plas Newydd House & Garden

Walks and runs for any fitness level. Take in miles of stunning forest and coastline at Newborough Nature Reserve.

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Cors Bodeilio National Nature Reserve

In a shallow valley, this wetland nature reserve is a wildlife lover's dream and offers a unique habitat for numerous plant and animal species.

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Pentraeth to Red Wharf Bay (Traeth Coch) Walk

A circular walk or coastal stroll, Pentraeth to Red Wharf Bay offers something for walkers of every level.

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Porth Dafarch beach, one of north wales numerous coastline landmarks

Porth Dafarch to South Stack Walk

A peaceful, 4.5 mile circular walk beginning and ending at the historic South Stack Lighthouse with stunning landscape and views.

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The panoramic view of rocky cliff along the coastal of Holyhead in Wales.

Holyhead Mountain Circular Walk

An 8 mile circular walk taking in dramatic cliffs, sea views, ancient ruins and glorious wildlife - it should not be missed.

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Nant y Pandy Walk to Llyn Cefni Dam

A 25 acre wooded valley and local nature reserve with an out-and-back walk that showcases Anglesey's abundant wildlife.

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Rhoscolyn Headland Walk

Part of a longer coastal walk, the Headland Walk is a 2-3 hour stroll through Anglesey's incredible landscape.

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Anglesey Cycling

With designated cycle routes taking in the best of the scenery through forests teeming with wildlife, Anglesey is a cyclist's dream. Whether you're a seasoned road cyclist or looking for a new way to take in the beautiful scenery of the island, cyclists young and old and of any experience level will find something to love.
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Green Lane Bike Tours

Guided bike tours taking place around Anglesey. Discover hidden gems, history and more with Green Lane Bike Tours.

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LON LAS CEFNI SCENIC CYCLEWAY

Lon Las Cefni Scenic Cycleway

An Incredible cycleway between Newborough Forest and Langefni, this 8 mile route is picturesque and relatively easy to ride.

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Trywydd Copr (Copper Trail)

Either as part of a longer 30+ mile trip or split into smaller rides, The Copper Trail is a magnificent ride through nature.

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Anglesey Golf

With several fantastic, high quality courses - including a links - set amid Anglesey's awesome landscape, the island is a golfer's paradise and offers visitors the chance to test their skills against a wide variety of course types and conditions in a single holiday.
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Anglesey Golf Club, Rhosneigr

Anglesey's only links course, Anglesey Golf Club is a stunning par 68/70 set amid the dunes of Rhosneigr. Unmissable.

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Baron Hill Golf Club, Beaumaris

A glorious course dating to the 1890s, this heathland course has incredible views of Snowdonia and totals 5572 yards.

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Bull Bay (Porth Llechog) Golf Club, Amlwch

A challenging course with 18 stunning holes and amazing views over the bay. Golfers should not miss this opportunity.

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Henllys Golf Club, Beaumaris

An 18 hole, par 71 course with stunning views and characterful holes which make cunning use of the land. Not to be missed.

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Holyhead Golf Club, Trearddur

This 18 hole, James Braid designed course is a glorious 6090 yard par 71. Incredible scenery is matched by excellent hospitality.

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Storws Wen Golf Club, Benllech

This 9 hole course is a fairly recent addition to the island, but this parkland course offers a test for all levels.

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The Beach Golf Course, Trearddur Bay

A well maintained 9 hole course which will offer a challenge to all players - beginners may need a supply of spare balls.

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Anglesey Spectator Sports

For true sport lovers, lower league games offer a level of passion, grit and commitment you can't get anywhere else. Anglesey has exactly what you need, whether you're a fan of football, rugby, motorsports or water sports.
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C.P.D. Aberffraw (Berffro), Bryn Du

Take a trip to Cae Cynlas to get your football fix among the passionate and friendly supporters of Clwb Pêl-droed Aberffraw.

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Clwb Rygbi Llangefni (Llangefni Rugby Club)

Get your fix of Rugby Union at a welcoming and passionate club playing in Division 1 North of the WRU National League.

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Amlwch Town FC (Town), Almwch

Founded in 1897 and playing at Lon Bach, Almwch Town is the perfect place to grab your football fix on the island.

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The Menai Strait Regattas

Raced over the late July to early August fortnight on the Menai Strait, and featuring a wealth of classic vessels.

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Trac Môn Anglesey Circuit, Ty Croes

The Anglesey Circuit hosts motorsport events from car and motorcycle racing to drifting challenges and stage rallies.

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