Anglesey is more than just another Welsh Island, it is a rich, enchanting, cannot ignore outdoor and food lovers’ destination. “Those who have visited need not be told. They just return”.
The spectacular countryside is what draws people to Anglesey, time after time. Many enjoy simply strolling along the magnificent beaches and cliff tops, or maybe taking the challenge of the whole 135 mile coastal path. It isn’t any wonder that over 220 square miles of Anglesey’s unspoilt coast and landscapes have been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
If walking isn’t your thing what better way to experience the natural beauty of Anglesey than by boat, and with 2020 being the Year of the Outdoors, this really is your opportunity to get out and explore in style. Be it a leisurely cruise up the Menai Strait to Puffin Island to see the wildlife, or for those after some thrills, why not venture out, on what is the World’s fastest rib experience making for a fun and safe way to explore our island and the 2 iconic Bridges that get you here.
Too much excitement maybe, and after something a little more cultural? Spend your day at one of Wales’ historic treasures in the way of the only working windmill in Wales, Llynon Mill, Llanddeusant. Walk through the gates and back in time some 3000 years, where you will be greeted by not only the mill, but by 2 iron age roundhouses, providing you with a unique impression of our prehistoric past. Sound good? It gets better, the new miller, a renowned patisserie, ensures they have some of the best cakes in Europe!
Anglesey really is an experience for all the senses and it’s hard to find a better place for food lovers. Once known as the ‘Bread Basket of Wales’ due to its fertile land, the island still makes the most of its surroundings, such as offering the freshest of seafood straight from the sea, seasoned with delicious Halen Môn sea salt drawn directly from the crystal clear waters of the Menai Strait.
And for those, who are just after the quiet life, and a good 19th hole! Golf is just another of many options. Anglesey is famed for its many, quality golf courses. They are now pulled together in a new booklet, making selecting your perfect course that little bit easier. From those taking their first swing and wanting to learn the true magic of the game, right through to the professional golfer, Anglesey has it covered.
For further information visit visitanglesey.co.uk.