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Anglesey has something for everyone, whether you enjoy walking, cycling or visiting castles, stately homes and gardens your holiday adventure won't disappoint. There is something to inspire and discover from the stunning landscapes and rugged coastlines.


​The many cafes and restaurants on the island will nourish your body and the wonderful sights your soul. You are guaranteed a Welsh welcome wherever you are and stay.  Find a wealth of things you can do here on the Visit Anglesey website. 

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Much of the 125 miles of beautiful coastline has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ANOB). Offering something for everyone - vast stretches of sand, safe swimming and glass collecting.


With 16 documented and stunning coastal walks you will find it difficult not to enjoy the breath taking scenery. There are five walks within an eleven mile radius of Glan Morfa; Llanddwyn, Aberffraw, Rhosneigr and Rhoscolyn.


What better way to experience the natural beauty that Anglesey has to offer than by bike. After all, cycling gives you the chance to enjoy a change of pace, feel the wind in your hair and really enjoy the unspoilt scenery and rolling landscapes that Anglesey is so rich in.

Hire one of our electric bikes to take the strain whilst you soak in the scenery.


From model villages to a transport museum to art galleries there is bound to be something that will capture your interest. 


Whether you want to paddle board, kayak or wind surf there is a beach to enjoy your chosen sport. Trips can be arranged by professional companies to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience.


A popular holiday destination there are many good restaurants and cafés that you can choose from. Whatever your budget there will be somewhere for you to enjoy whether it's a simple or a celebratory meal.

We are happy to share with you some of our favourite places and let you know what other little gems you can discover in the county of Gwynedd. All our guests have a welcome pack with our recommendations on places to go and places of interest.

“Is it possible to have everything in one county? Well yes and that’s Gwynedd. From its countless beaches to its highest peaks, from its villages, its farms – to its castles – there’s everything for everyone. The cradle of the Welsh language. Home to myths and legends – from giants to kings with horse ears! Yet, with no doubt it’s our people that is the heart and soul of this ancient land.   
Aled Hughes, Presenter and author 

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