Anglesey is the perfect destination for a short break, whether is a family holiday or just a romantic getaway, it has attractions and spots to suit all. The Isle of Anglesey is off the coast of North Wales, but is easily reached via the Menai Bridge and accessible for all – so that shouldn’t put you off. Deciding to take a break away in Anglesey could be considered a smart option – because rather than spending a lot of money on going abroad, you can save a substantial amount and still have an incredible time. Along with the range of activities to do, this makes Anglesey has a rich history and environment as it is home to castles and roman forts, along with uniquely beautiful coastlines and charming towns which makes the island an ideal friendly getaway.
An example of a romantic spot in Anglesey is Llanddwyn Island; this means ‘the church of St. Dwynwen’, who is Wales’ patron saint of love, making this an ideal place for a couple of lovers to take a relaxing walk or a nice picnic together. The Isle of Anglesey is in fact attached to Welsh mainland, except during a very high tide, where the narrow strip of land which links them is totally submerged in the sea. Anglesey is famed for its cuisine, where you are easily able to find a magnificent restaurant suitable for whoever you may bring along. Anglesey is also home to world-renowned Halen Mon sea salt is prepared. Anglesey accommodation will leave you spoilt for choice- there is such a broad range of different places to stay- sited to different types of people, meaning there is something for everybody!
The encircling coastline of the island allows for a variety of beaches, making it the perfect destination for anyone who loves the seaside. The island has 6 blue flag beaches that you can enjoy, explore with your friends, family, partner or dog! Outdoor activities are also available in abundance all over Anglesey, with activities like kayaking, rock-climbing, gorge walking, mountain biking and so much more! This means your relaxing break can have a bit of action to it if you so choose. Anglesey Sea Zoo is a fascinating attraction to all the family, especially children – who will love the fish and sea life that you won’t usually have the chance to see!
Anglesey is also home to a wide range of activities days and entertainment centres/playgrounds, where adults can sit back and relax whilst their little ones blow off some steam! Another activity is to go and see an incredible piece of history, in the form of Beaumaris castle – an amazing wonder from the past dating all the way back to the 13th century. Plas Newydd is another sight to see in the form of a beautiful house surrounded by breath-taking scenery, along with incredibly kept gardens, lovely tearooms, a military museum and a vast collection Rex Whistler’s works.