Parks North Wales

Why Holiday in Anglesey?

If you are planning on visiting North Wales, why not make Anglesey the place to be whether with family and friends or by yourself?

Anglesey is a popular tourist destination off the North West coast of Wales. The island is connected by two bridges; the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge which cross over the Menai Strait.

Anglesey is a relatively flat island with various small towns and villages evenly scattered around. The two largest towns are Holyhead and Llangefni. Toward the east of the island is Beaumaris Castle. Beaumaris is a yachting centre for the region, with many boats moored in the bay.

The rural coastline of Anglesey has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The coastline has many beaches and the village of Rhosneigr is a popular spot for water sports like wind surfing. The island regularly hosts sports activities activities and is the best place to be in North Wales for all sorts of endurance events and more.
There are more cliffs on the north coast of Anglesey but there are also several small bays. The well established Anglesey Coastal Path runs 124 miles around the island. Tourism is the main source of economical activity in the area, but Anglesey also makes money through agriculture.

Anglesey offers many places to stay and is an ideal location for a peaceful yet adventurous holiday. Whether you are looking for a hotel, B&B, holiday park or Anglesey holiday cottages you will definitely be spoilt for choice.

There are several attractions worth visiting; such as the Anglesey Sea Zoo featuring the areas sea life in special reconstructions of their natural habitat. However, as Anglesey is a place of such immense nature, there could be a good argument made to just get out there and find the wildlife yourself.

Be sure to dive right in when you stay in Anglesey!

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