The isle of Anglesey is a county that is situated off the North West Wales Coast. The isle is known for its Menai Suspension Bridge, which connect the isle to the mainland. The isle of Anglesey is popular amongst tourists looking for holiday breaks away by the sea and country, with plenty of activities to participate in. About half of the residents on the isle of Anglesey can read, speak and write the Welsh language, making it very much a Welsh centred county.

Some of the main attractions that Anglesey homes include the Menai Suspension Bridge, a fantastic construction erected in 1825,Beaumaris Castle, built but never completed over 800 years ago, award winning beaches such as Port Dafarch and Trearddur Bay. There is also the Rhosneigr beach, which is a perfect location for water sports; including kayaking, diving, surfing and canoeing.

There is an endless amount of coastline around for your enjoyment, and there are several nearby mountains and hills that offer truly breathtaking views of Anglesey’s 125 mile coastal path. A popular afternoon trip is to the lighthouse, not far from the RSPB, where stunning views of the natural environment can be enjoyed. On the East coast of Anglesey, a great adventure is walking over to Penmon Point and view Puffin island out at Sea, as well as the Trwyn Du lighthouse. This can be visited, and is often a popular choice for an afternoon trip, as there is a car park for use around a mile away from the lighthouse.

There are plenty of Anglesey accommodation options , with a range of holiday parks, camp-sites  hotel and B&B’s located all around the region. Anglesey as a holiday destination is becoming more and more poplar as a tourist destination in North Wales as a perfect getaway for friends, families and partners.