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Things to do in Anglesey

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Discover the best attractions and activities that Anglesey has to offer

Anglesey is a fantastic tourist destination in the UK, with an array of attractions to visit and things to do throughout the year

Discover plenty of things to do in Anglesey, a beautiful island just off of the North Wales coast.

Anglesey Sea Zoo is one of the most popular Anglesey attractions, offering an interactive insight into the area’s marine life.

Take a trip to Newborough Beach, a spectacularly golden stretch of sands flanked by clear blue waters. Inspiring views of the Snowdonia National Park can be admired from many places across the island.

Visiting South Stack Lighthouse is another excellent thing to do in Anglesey, situated on a small island. The lighthouse can only be reach via a set of steps, this fascinating Anglesey attraction is also RSPB Nature Reserve. A holiday in Anglesey is perfect for anyone interested in spotting a wide variety of species of birds.

With the use of our handy guide, make your Anglesey holiday one to remember.

  • Beaumaris Castle

    Perhaps the most magnificent unfinished castle you could wish to see, visiting the 13th century Beaumaris Castle is a fascinating way to learn about the local history, especially as it offers a range of fun activities and events.

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  • Greenwood Forest Park

    A thrill-seeking child’s paradise – Greenwood Forest Park offers a wealth of award-winning attractions from it’s solar powered water ride to the longest sledge run in Wales.

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  • Moelfre Beach

    Dog Friendly

    This delightful little pebble beach is an ideal spot to sit and watch the village of Moelfre go about its day, with a slipway for launching boats also on-hand.

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  • Parys Mountain

    Parys Mountain

    Once the world’s largest copper mine, Parys Mountain now adopts a warming orange tone while displaying marvellous panoramic views of Anglesey. When you’re done exploring this beautiful and historic site, head to the fascinating museum in Amlwch to learn of its gripping past.

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  • RibRide Adventure Tour

    RibRide Adventure Tour

    This first-class day trip combines breath-taking scenery with action and adventure, taking in the beauty of North Wales’ Menai Strait. Admire both picturesque coastal vista and the impressive bridges connecting the Isle of Anglesey with mainland Wales. Experience the marvels of North Wales in an exhilarating manner.

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  • South Stack Lighthouse and Nature Reserve

    Sat astride a tiny islet off Anglesey, South Stack Lighthouse was built in 1809 to warn ships from the dangerous rocks, it is now a popular tourist destination and one of the most photographed lighthouses in Wales.

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  • Traeth Llydan Feature

    Traeth Llydan

    Dog Friendly

    Traeth Llydan boasts over one mile of golden sands and is a fine spot to try your hand at a range of water sports, from surfing and swimming to snorkelling.

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  • Traeth Mawr Feature

    Traeth Mawr

    Dog Friendly

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    Translating literally to ‘Big Beach’, these soft and golden sands rest just south of the charming village of Aberffraw on the Isle of Anglesey.

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