Looking for free things to do in Anglesey? We’ve got you covered.
With its 124 miles of coastal path to walk you will always find something fun and free to do. That’s a lot of ground to cover that’s full of sandy beaches and rocky cliffs. Moving inland this fascinating island has history going further back than the Neolithic period. Lots of relics and dwellings from these ancient times are still visible today. Anglesey has this and much, much more to offer. It really does have a bit of something for everyone.
There may be parking charges involved for some of the locations. Let’s have a look at free things to do in Anglesey. Both attractions and activities.
Parys Mountain – Closed open cast mine,
South Stack RSPB – Nature reserve, puffins in summer
The Dingle Nature Reserve – catch a glimpse of Red Squirrels
Aberlleiniog Castle – Castle hidden in the woodlands
Moelfre Sea Watch – RNLI Visitor centrre
Holyhead Breakwater Country Park – keep an eye out for seals
Penrhos Coastal Park – Red Squirrels and castle ruins
Oriel Ynys Môn – Museum of Anglesey
St Tysilio’s Church, Church Island – Stunning place and location
Anglesey Circuit – Track days only
Coastal Path – 124 miles of amazement
Llanddwyn Island- An enchanting island
Sea Fishing – Sharks, Ray and Congor
Cycling – Miles of road with unspoiled views
Bird Watching – Puffins, Owls and more
Plane Spotting – Raf Valley training base
Finding Seals – Colonies around the island
Looking for Red Squirrels – Plenty of these magical critters
Beaches – 7 blue flag and many hidden gems
Coastal Foraging – Abundance of marine foods
The best thing to do on Anglesey is just to get out and explore. There are so many little treasures and hidden coves to find. Let us know if you find any!