On the north east coast of Anglesey, Amlwch is a major draw for those interested in industrial heritage. Walking around this peaceful town, with its three windmills, it’s hard to imagine that in its mining heyday, it was one of the busiest ports in Wales, and home to nearly 10,000 people. The old harbour at Port Amlwch is well worth a visit with its new copper Kingdom visitor centre.
Cemaes Bay is a lovely village with a pretty little harbour and two beaches. Both beaches are perfect for sailing, windsurfing and surfing. The fishing can also be excellent here. This portion of the Anglesey Coastal path really does take your breath away. The village has more or less everything you need, with shops, pubs, cafes and a couple of restaurants.
The Isle of Anglesey Coastal path is a long distance circular footpath that follows most of the island's coastline. It is approximately 140 miles long. It falls within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that covers 95% of the coast.
Anglesey Motor Racing Circuit is the region's premier motor sports centre for car and motorcycle racing.
Church Bay is in the top 5 beaches on Anglesey. It is known for its famous Lobster Pot restaurant, serving lobsters and seafood caught by local fishermen.
A beachside restaurant in Treaddur Bay with a nautical theme and simple but beautifully cooked food from salads and seafood to afternoon tea and home made ice cream.
An historic garden undergoing loving restoration. A plantsman's paradise, there is a walled garden, a pool, a valley garden with three waterfalls and a woodland garden. Plas Cadnant also boasts an excellent restaurant.
A beautiful shingle beach with an adjacent salt water lagoon. The whole area is an important habitat for wintering birds. Perfect for bird watchers, kayakers, kite flying and fishing.