Isle of Anglesey Beaches & Coast

Isle of Anglesey coast and beaches

Anglesey is an island off the North West coast of Wales and is joined to the mainland by two bridges.

If you're after relaxation then Anglesey is the right spot. A spectacular coast line of 125 miles awaits you threaded through with history, good food, interesting attractions, great outdoor activities and lots of varied events. Get away from it all and lose yourself walking the dedicated coastal path that runs around the whole island or visit an island from this island!

Holy Island is a place of surprises and holy sites, breathtaking scenery, towering cliffs and archaeological sites, nature reserves and the most stunning beaches. It's also a well kept secret from tourists! Having a large concentration of prehistoric sites like burial chambers, hut circles, standing stones and old villages Holy island is a must if you're in the area with dramatic scenery in Breakwater Country Park.

Here you can play golf, enjoy a spa day at Tre Ysgawen Hall, walk in nature, watch bird and wild life, visit castles and world heritage sites - or simply enjoy the warm welcome and superb accommodation.

Attractions in this area include:

  • Holy Island
  • Caer Gybi Roman Fort
  • Breakwater Country Park
  • Maritime Museum at Holyhead
  • Canolfan Ucheldre Centre
  • Anglesey Model Village
  • Sea Zoo and Marine Resource Centre
  • Beaumaris Castle
  • Pili Palas Butterfly, Bird and MiniBeast Palace
  • RibRide Boat Trips
  • Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens

Interactive map of Isle of Anglesey: explore and research the Isle of Anglesey coastline - looking at beaches, things to do, places to stay, eat and visit.


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