Anglesey is a great place to visit

April 4, 2017
Tim Coysh


Anglesey is a fab place for a family holiday break

Anglesey is a great place to visit and with Easter just around the corner, Anglesey is ideal for a holiday break with the family.

With children and grandchildren, going to the beach is a major priority when on holiday in North Wales. Traeth Llanddwyn near Newborough is a firm favourite with its enormous expanse of golden sand flanked by the pines of Newborough Forest. Llanddwyn is not truly an island because, save during the highest tides, it is still connected to the mainland. The Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia may both be seen clearly from here, and it is a part of the Newborough Warren National Nature Reserve.

Twr Mawr (big tower) the lighthouse which marked the rocky peninsula near the south west corner of Anglesey known as Llanddwyn Island.

The historic and enigmatic Llanddwyn Island is well within walking distance with its ancient buildings and secluded beaches. If dad is feeling generous there may even be a delicious treat in store at The Marram Grass Café-Bistro on the way back.

Explore what Anglesey has to offer with a short spring break or a long summer holiday in a high-quality holiday cottage from Coastal Holidays. For full details of our wide range of properties to suit couples, families, and groups large and small, with or without dogs, go to , email your requirements to [email protected] or ring us on 01248 430190 and we will be glad to help.


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