Rare Bittern reintroduced to Wales at Holyhead site

The rare Bitten bird is found incredibly sparsely within the UK, and was last bred in Wales as long as 1984. The bittern is a distinctive looking bird with buffy-brown plumage, which is intersected with black streaks and markings. It has broad, rounded, bow shaped...

Parys Mountain

Anglesey has always been known as an island rich in varied and beautiful sites and secrets, right in the heart of the isle you will find the historical and nationally renowned Parys Mountain. Parys Mountain has been excavated for nearly 4,000 years as it was revealed...

Church Island: An island sanctuary

The Menai strait separates the island of Anglesey (Ynys Mons) from mainland Wales. Within this strait there is a small island. It is named Ynys Dysillio; The Church Island. This is because the entirety of the island serves as the grounds of a small church. This is the...

Beaumaris Food Festival

The historic town of Beaumaris will play host to the Beaumaris Food Festival on the 10th and 11th of September. With the town’s mighty castle watching overm the town green will be dotted with Marquees and Gazebos, with tantalising food nibbles, (meals for those who...

Camping in Anglesey – 2016 Season

Spring has begun, Easter is nearly here at that means it is the start of another camping season in Anglesey. As the weather warms up people are venturing out once again to discover the beauty and majesty of Anglesey. There is nowhere else that holds so much history,...