Pili Palas Nature World

Pili Palas Nature World is another of Angleseys little gems located close to Menai Bridge. As an attraction that is

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Anglesey Transport Museum

Anglesey Transport Museum is a 2 minute drive from the village of Newbourgh in South West Anglesey. Into your classic

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Stone Science Museum

The Stone Science Museum is one of Angleseys hidden treasures. If you are into geology, fossils and learning about Anglesey

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Anglesey Coastal Path

The Anglesey Coastal Path is the Island of Angleseys crowning glory so to speak. At 130 miles long its a

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Anglesey Stepping Stones

Anglesey Stepping stones is another of this great little island hidden gems. They are often referred to as the Giant’s

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Penrhos Coastal Park

Penrhos coastal park is located just outside of Holyhead and has a bit of everything. The park is a jack

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Menai Bridge

The Menai Bridge is the original gateway to Anglesey and construction was started on the bridge in 1818. Moreover it

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The Jam Factory

The Jam Factory on Anglesey produces up to 10,000 jars per week. Not only jams but a varied selection of

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Parys Mountain

Parys Mountain is an awesome open cast mine just outside Amlwch in Anglesey. Mined heavily for its copper ore deposits

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The Creek, Amlwch

The Creek in Amlwch, an Anglesey hidden gem, its only small but the place memorises. You really feel like you

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Anglesey Lighthouses

Anglesey Lighthouses There are several functioning Lighthouses on Anglesey. These still serve to keep ships from straying to close to

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Roman Fort Caer Gybi

The Roman Fort Caer Gybi is after it’s Welsh namesake ( Caergybi) located in Holyhead on the western coast of

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