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If action is your game, Anglesey has it all. The stunning mountain scenery
of Snowdonia and the beautiful coastline includes activities such as mountain
climbing, hiking, horse riding, sailing, golf, canoeing, woodland rambling, quad
biking and painting. Whatever your chosen indoor or outdoor activity, Anglesey
has plenty to offer visitors and tourists.
Extreme sports or gently exploring unspoilt coasts and countryside? Whatever your idea of adventure, you will find it on the Isle of Anglesey. And whatever time of year you visit, you will be spoilt for choice.
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Stretch your legs on a choice of more than 650 miles (1056km) of footpaths, spanning everything from rugged coastal cliffs to ancient woodlands. Tread the 400 steps down to South Stack Lighthouse . Hire a bicycle and pedal miles of quiet lanes and tracks. Book a pony trek . Explore our waymarked nature trails. Or potter along at your own pace.
A round of golf ? We have four 18 hole courses, one 12 hole and three nine hole, plus driving ranges. All in spectacular settings.
The Isle of Anglesey is a Mecca for watersports enthusiasts, with a fabulous range of conditions - sheltered sandy bays, remote coves, calm or wild waters and smaller offshore islands. Perfect for sailing, surfing and canoeing. Superb for a spot of sea fishing , from shore or boat.
And why not venture under the sea? Diving opportunities are brilliant, including more than 100 wrecks to explore in clean, clear water.
Book a track day and go motor racing at Ty Croes, one of Britain 's friendliest and most exciting circuits. Hop on a boat for an exhilarating trip to the spectacular Skerries Lighthouse , Puffin Island or beyond. Check out a falconry display or sheepdog trial . Watch sheep being sheared. Visit our famous Sea Zoo . Fly a kite.
Discover the Isle of Anglesey's great indoors in any weather, too. We have four leisure centres offering great sporting opportunities, from swimming to squash.
Or take a trip into the heart of Snowdonia for a wealth of mountain adventure opportunities, just minutes away.
The Anglesey Walking Festival is held every summer, with events for every level of ability all over the island.
The 70 mile circumnavigation of the island has become a classic challenge for sea kayakers as well as sailors. Kayakers can now make the voyage as part of organised groups.
One of the most important finds made by divers off the Isle of Anglesey is the Royal Mary. Owned by King Charles II and sunk in 1675, she was the first British yacht built for pleasure.