Church Island

Church Island is the home of St Tysilio’s church, the building and adjoining cemetery take up this 2.7 acre island.

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Lligwy Cromlech

Lligwy Cromlech is a Neolithic burial chamber dating back to around 5000BC. It sits on the North East coast of

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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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Aberlleiniog Castle

Aberlleiniog Castle or the remains of it are located on the east coast of Anglesey, close to the village of

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Breakwater Country Park

Holyhead Breakwater Park sits at the foot of Holy Mountain, walking, history and wildlife. The breakwater Park highlights the industrial

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Bryn Celli Ddu

Bryn Celli Ddu is a Neolithic Burial chamber on the eastern coast of Anglesey. One of only a handful of

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Holyhead Maritime Museum

Holyhead Maritime Museum sits above Newry beach with views across the Marina and breakwater. Moreover there is ample free parking

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Llanbadrig Church

Llanbadrig Church is a 5th Century building. Wideley known to have been built by St Patrick after he survived a

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Barclodiad y Gawres

Barclodiad y Gawres in Anglesey is an ancient site, it is an actual Neolithic burial chamber dating back over 4-5000

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Cwyfan Church

Cwyfan Church is often referred to as the Church in the sea. It is located just south of Anglesey Circuit

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Porth Wen Brickworks

Porth Wen Brickworks was a Victorian brick manufacturing facility producing fire bricks made from quartzite. These special bricks were used

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Beaumaris Castle

Beaumaris castle is situated in the picturesque Town of…you guessed it Beaumaris. The castle itself was constructed between 1295 and

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