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South West Anglesey Heritage Walk

The five mile (8km) circular Heritage Walk starts and finishes at the parking area located past the road bridge on the A4080 approaching Rhosneigr in a westerly direction. This walk starts with a circuit of Llyn Maelog on well-defined footpaths. Llyn Maelog is a small shallow lake and fringing reedbeds behind the dunes of Tywyn […]

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Anglesey’s Coast

Anglesey is one of the largest Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in Wales. Designated in 1966 and covering 95% of the Anglesey coast, its diverse and spectacular coastline supports a very great variety of attractive landscape features. We invite you to come and explore our stunning coastline and decide for yourself what you think […]

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Family Fun in North Wales this Easter

If you’re wondering where to take the family this Easter, there are plenty of things to do in North Wales, come rain or shine. Regardless of the weather, there’s loads to see and do for all the family in North Wales over Easter! For all ages in all weathers, enjoy a splashing day out at […]

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Anglesey beaches gain international awards

Six famous Anglesey beaches have gained prestigious Blue Flag awards for 2015 to rank them among the world’s best for water quality and to ensure that they are among the best family-friendly beaches in Britain. The blue flag award is issued by the Foundation for Environmental Education which rates beaches on safety, facilities and environmental […]

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Cable Cottage – connections to the Lusitania?

Cable Cottage is a wonderful holiday home right next to the beach in a secluded bay with panoramic views out to sea. The elegant building is full of character and charm which belies its origins as a telecommunications station at Cable Bay (Porth Crugmor) on the west coast of Anglesey. The cottage displays many maritime […]

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Searching for Llanddona

Many people have told us that Llanddona is their favourite beach on Anglesey with spectacular views and vast, unspoilt, golden sands. In many ways it is Anglesey’s most secret beach known only to those intrepid enough to explore the narrow lanes and testing terrain that lie between the well known holiday resorts of Benllech and […]

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Changes at Bodnant Gardens in Snowdonia

After 140 years things are changing at Bodnant. Bodnant is one of the most beautiful gardens in Britain, situated above the River Conwy with views across the valley to the Snowdonia mountain range. There are distinctly different elements of the garden which all add to its appeal. The upper garden around Bodnant Hall consists of […]

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