The Isle of Anglesey has become one of the go-to destination for thousands of visitors, tourists, and holiday home owners in North Wales.
It is easily reached from the North-West and is well-known for its stunning 125 mile long coastline. Along it you will find a number of fantastic beaches, coves, towns, and activities.
Explore Anglesey’s charming towns
St. David’s Park is located on Anglesey, just 15 minutes from the mainland, but the island is also easily reached from our other parks too. Our favourite places to visit include the beautiful coastal town of Beaumaris with its brilliant high street, full of great independent shops, restaurants and cafes, and a fantastic seafront. Beaumaris is located just a few miles from St. David’s and 10 minutes from the A55.
Other popular places include the bustling village of Menai Bridge with a pleasant harbour front, shops, and restaurants. There’s also the cool surf-style village of Rhosneigr with plenty of cafes and shops, plus a gorgeous beach which is a favourite amongst kite and wind surfers. On the East side of the island is the most Northern town in Wales, Amlwch. Visitors are often left amazed by the stunning harbour.
Unique and fun things to do in Anglesey
You will not be at a loss of things to do on Anglesey. Whether it’s casual activities for unwinding or fun-filled adrenaline pursuits, there is a great variety of activities to get involved in.
For those looking to spend their time at a more gentle pace, there are an endless number of walks – the Welsh coastal path runs the circumference of the island. There are also lots of beaches, from the beautiful sandy beach on St. David’s Park and Moelfre, to popular beaches at Rhosneigr and Trearddur Bay.
There are also great cultural attractions, such as the National Trust’s Plas Newydd, a stately home with beautiful gardens and a café, shop and art collection. In Beaumaris there is one of the finest examples of medieval castles Wales is world-renowned for – a particularly great day out for kids.
For those seeking to get the heart racing and adrenaline pumping, there are a whole host of adventurous activities. You can go on a high-speed speed boat tour of the coast, taking in wildlife and usually hard-to-reach coves. You can also try climbing, abseiling, kayaking, mountain walking, sea level traversing, gorge scrambling, canoeing, raft building, and mountain biking to name just a few.