Things to do

Anglesey and North Wales has something for everyone to enjoy, A place that inspires and appeals to all the senses. Admire some of the best views with a walk along the stunning 140 mile Anglesey coastal path  or a trek up Snowdon. Maybe enjoy a day at the beach or soak up some up of the history with North Wales being home to a good few of Wales’ hundreds of castles. 

It’s not hard to understand why the Isle of Anglesey is many people’s ‘Happy Place’.

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Explore Beaumaris, there are lots of things to do in this quirky little town with its pastel painted houses and boutique shops. A family favourite is crabbing from the Victorian Pier and skimming rocks into the sea, followed by a picnic on the beach or in one of the award winning restaurants. Take a boat trip over to Puffin Island, spot the seals and maybe even the Puffins. Visit a medieval castle and a short drive away in Penmon Lighthouse, another of Anglesey’s famous landmarks.

 

For the thrill seekers of the group there’s enough activities to get the adrenaline really pumping. Zip World have three sites across North Wales offering different activities at each site, including the world’s fastest zipline, forest coaster, bounce on nets in underground caves plus much more.

There’s also plenty of water activities- SUP, sea canoeing, coasteering, kite surfing and we can’t not mention Surf Snowdonia, the world’s first surf lagoon!

It’s impossible to choose a favourite beach on the Island, there’s a lot of contenders! Sometimes you really could think you are in the Mediterranean. Whether it be sandy, rocky, secluded, deserted, hidden- they are all beautiful! There are six blue flag beaches including Benllech, Trearddur Bay and Llanddona. 

Grab those deckchairs and hit the beach. Have the suncream handy, you never know the sun may make an appearance (fingers crossed)

A great place for a family day out, full of fun, action and excitement. Voted the best family attraction in North Wales. Where do we start? Roller coaster, adventure playgrounds, grass slides, solar splash and magic shows and lots more…. You can even take your 4 legged friends.  The park often have seasonal events depending on the time of year so worth checking their website for events.

Save the best until last! This has got to be our favourite place on Anglesey, all our family love it here, particularly our four legged family members- so much to sniff. 

The best of both worlds here- vast open sandy beaches for those nice beach days or if it’s blowing too many cobwebs away, (we all know how unpredictable the UK weather can be) shelter in the forest and spot red squirrels! It’s a strange combination at first sight- a forest on a beach but a view that you instantly fall in love with.

Also, home to Llanddwyn Island- a must to see particularly for history lovers. The ruined church was once home to Saint Dwynwen – the Welsh patron saint of lovers from the 5th century A.D . Just be careful to check the time times as the island gets cut off at high tide!

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