The following resources offer the best ways to enjoy the islands beaches, walks and watersports, where to find quirky hidden haunts, how to delve into the Island’s truly historic past, what to do on a rainy day, where to watch wildlife and what to do for free!
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Alternatively, we have compiled a list for you of places to visit and things to do both on and off the Island:
If you are new to Anglesey this website is pretty much a one stop shop of what you can do
SBS Rib Charter has been operating in Anglesey waters for almost 20 years. It is run by Aubrey Diggle whose career includes Auxiliary Coastguard, Commercial Diver, Fisherman and Skipper. His vast experience will ensure that your scenic trip is safe and comfortable, whilst also thrilling, exciting and informative
Visit one of Wales’ most spectacular lighthouses perched on a tiny island – reached by a steep stone stairway of over 400
steps and a bridge over a deep-water channel 100 feet below
Marvel at the seabirds crammed on the narrow ledges or immerse yourself in the floral display. Alternatively, you can seek out spatulate fleawort - a plant that grows nowhere else in the world!
Situated at picturesque Newry Beach, the museum is a fascinating family experience. Take a step back in time at the oldest lifeboat station in Wales. Learn about shipwrecks, gallant rescues and pirates. Find out what it was like to sail on the Irish Sea 100 years ago. Visit our WW2 Air Raid Shelter and marvel at our collection of WW1 and WW2 memorabilia
Cartio Mon is an outdoor Go Karting track on Anglesey, North Wales. We are located just off the A55 near Holyhead and operate all year round. As real motor racing fans, Cartio Mon offer slick, intermediate and wet weather tyres to suit the conditions of the day. We also feature a floodlit track for night time driving. Cartio Mon provides fun for the whole family with toddler and junior karts to suit all age ranges
Porth Y Post Riding Stables are a leading livery in Anglesey offering a wide range of services in Anglesey to customers from throughout the world
Explore Plas Newydd the ancestral home of the Marquess of Anglesey, view Rex Whistler's famous mural and learn about the family's famous past at Waterloo
A day out at Pili Palas can be a magical experience for all the family – whatever the weather! Lush vegetation and waterfalls with live tropical butterflies flying all around you
The Copper Kingdom Centre is located on the quayside in the picturesque fishing harbour of Amlwch port. This awarding winning centre tells the tales of the transformation of the district
In 1996, the present owner bought the 200 acre Plas Cadnant Estate and work began on the restoration of the historic garden and grounds. Since then large parts of the gardens have undergone a spectacular transformation and have been restored to their former glory. It is one of North Wales best kept secrets
Anglesey Sea Zoo is a unique aquarium displaying the best of British marine wildlife! Don’t expect to see large sharks, tropical fish or sea turtles – instead you’ll find fascinating creatures from around the coasts of the UK, such as octopus, lobsters, seahorses, conger eels and small British catsharks!
Foel Farm Park near Brynsiencyn on Anglesey offers a great family visit to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a real working farm
Dare we say it, Beaumaris is an absolute cracker of a castle with classic proportions and perfect symmetry. The last hurrah of Edward I’s massive building programme in North Wales… just a shame he never got round to finishing it!
The underground workings were last mined in the early part of the 20th century. With the kind permission of The Marquis of Anglesey and Anglesey Mining PLC some areas of the mine have been reopened for exploration
Seacoast safaris offer the most stunning, beautiful, scenic and wildlife packed boat trips
Tŷ Halen, our new award-winning Saltcote and Visitor Centre, is a unique £1.25m bespoke building. It is a first for Anglesey, Wales and the UK, and lies on the banks of the Menai Strait in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, next door to Anglesey Sea Zoo in Brynsiencyn
Penrhyn Slate Quarry, located near Bethesda in North Wales, is now home to Zip World Velocity, the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe. Enjoy the view of adrenaline seeking zippers from our viewing area, experience the Quarry Tour on one of our famous red trucks, or take on Zip World Velocity itself!
Surf Snowdonia Adventure Parc - a world-first inland surf lagoon and the UK’s most compelling outdoor adventure holiday destination
Cemlyn Bay Nature Reserve is situated on the north coast of Anglesey, on land owned by the National Trust and leased by North Wales Wildlife Trust. A great place to walk
Llynnon Mill, built in 1775, is the only working windmill in Wales producing stoneground wholemeal flour using organic wheat. There are also two roundhouses providing a unique insight of the life of Iron Age farmers over 3000 years ago
Anglesey’s premier community centre, drawing visitors from across Snowdonia and North Wales
Holyhead based, they are ideally located for some of the best fishing north Wales has to offer with Caernarfon bay and Saint Georges channel only a short distance away but they also have some great sport closer to home!
Sea Kayaking Anglesey is a small company that specialises in sea kayak courses. Based on Holy Island, Anglesey, probably the best place in the world for sea kayaking, we are able to offer an exciting range of courses whatever your level of ability
With over 50 years experience and many thousands of dives logged, owners Martin and Caroline Sampson are two of the most experienced diving instructors in the business. They specialise in high quality tuition with small groups and individuals
Set on the west coast of Anglesey, overlooking the Irish Sea and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, Anglesey Circuit provides visitors with a challenging and exciting race circuit in a breathtaking location
Explore with Sian the wonderful rugged coastlines of Anglesey on a SUP, enjoy solitude in tranquil lakes of Snowdonia, re connect with nature, taking time out from the fast pace of life. Experience the exhilarating feeling after a day of stand up paddleboarding (SUP). These are the moments we live for