The largest Island off mainland Britain has many hidden treasures and a wealth of history.
It is claimed that Anglesey has more sites of historical importance per square mile compared with anywhere else in Britain. Beaumaris Castle is a World Heritage Site and many believe it is the best example of medieval military architecture in Europe.
Visit the 18th century manor house called Plas Newydd which nestles beside the beautiful Menai Straits and is the traditional home of the Marquess of Anglesey. There are also remains of religious sites dotted all around the island, from ancient churches and burial grounds to hermits' huts.
Anglesey boasts one of the largest place names in the world - the village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch offers a great day out and a true taste of Wales. A few miles away, the patron Saint of Welsh lovers, Dwynwen, is buried at Ynys Llanddwyn - a beautiful arm of land on Anglesey’s south coast.
There are opportunities for the most active or those who simply enjoy exploring unspoilt coast and countryside. Whether its enjoying our 125 mile Anglesey Coastal Path, cycling, horse riding, motor racing, golfing or even kite surfing, are all here for you to enjoy.
Why not combine your Anglesey visit with a trip into the heart of nearby Snowdonia Mountains and Coast - a stunning landscape dotted with Celtic hillforts and religious shrines, mighty medieval castles and revealing industrial remains.