Category Archives: Anglesey Towns

Red Wharf Bay
18 Jun

Red Wharf Bay

Red Wharf Bay Red Wharf Bay is situated to the east of the island near the town of Pentraeth. ‘Traeth Coch’ as it is known in Welsh stands out for its beauty and soft sandy beach. There’s a fantastic family pub right on the beach called the Ship Inn www.shipinnredwharfbay.co.uk which has won many awards […]

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Menai Bridge
18 Jun

Menai Bridge

Menai Bridge Walk from the shopping centre along narrow side-streets, following the shoreline under the world’s first large iron suspension bridge towards Church Island for views – over the whirlpools of the Menai Strait – to Robert Stephenson’s rail bridge. Return along a woodland path that leads to a former schoolroom, where a heritage display […]

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Cemaes Bay
18 Jun

Cemaes Bay

Cemaes Bay The most northerly village in Wales, Cemaes is set on Anglesey’s wildest and most unspoilt stretch of coastline, most of which is now cared for by the National Trust. Originally a fishing village, it became a centre for shipbuilding and exporting marble and limestone, used to build many of Liverpool’s buildings. Maritime activity […]

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Beaumaris
18 Jun

Beaumaris

Beaumaris - Self Catering Holiday Cottages Beaumaris is a captivating seaside town with lively cafes, pubs, restaurants and hotels with good food to suit every taste and some excellent shopping, marked by quality independent traders. With a mix of Medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture, visitors can stroll along the seafront, taking in the pier [...]read more »
Benllech
18 Jun

Benllech

 Benllech The award winning main beach at Benllech is a long stretch of rich golden sands backed by cliffs. Benllech is a prime sport for long seaside walks or across the cliff path to the neighbouring village of Moelfre. A short walk round the headland at low tide takes you to Red Wharf Bay. Alternatively […]

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Trearddur Bay
18 Jun

Trearddur Bay

Trearddur Bay Trearddur Bay enjoys a wonderful setting on the west coast of Holy Island, a sheltered and sandy bay suitable for families set into a rocky coastline and cliffs, two miles south of Holyhead. The resort has a selection of hotels, pubs, cafes, restaurants and shops, together with a seafront promenade. It is a very […]

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