Anglesey Tour Example

Culture, Coastline and Welsh Cakes.

An Anglesey Tour is a great way to take in this beautiful Island sitting off the North West coast of Wales, is an Island of Treasures wrapped around by 125 miles of sandy beaches, soaring rocky cliffs. There are sleepy fishing villages, castles, stately homes and picturesque gardens to visit.

During your Anglesey Tour you will venture off the main highways and discover many hidden coves and ancient religious places of worship, some on islands and only accessed at low tide. There will tales of maritime history to be told, Industrial Heritage Trails to be followed and megalithic monuments to behold on this island of Wonders.

On your Anglesey Tour mix these and a gentle walk along the Anglesey Coastal Path, a hearty lunch in an old beamed pub, (hear stories of pirates shipwrecks and local heroes), or a delicious Welsh Cakes and cream tea at Llynon Windmill, you have just the ingredients for a great day out.

Below is just an example of a great day on your Anglesey Tour in North Wales

  • Beaumaris is a great place to start your Anglesey Tour with its brightly coloured houses nestling by the sea and 13th c moated castle built by Edward I, stay an hour or linger longer. There is much to do and see in this little town from the 17thc Court House and Victorian Gaol to the many individual craft shops.
  • Penmon just a few miles along the coastline is our next stop, arriving into the picturesque setting see Penmon Priory ruins, the Dovecote erected around 1600, and views of The Holy Well of St. Seiriol and views of Puffin Island close by.
  • Llynon Mill set amongst lush farm land is still a working Windmill and a great place to taste a typical Welsh Cream Tea.
  • South Stack lighthouse and Holyhead Mountain at the North West end of Anglesey offer breathtaking views across the Island of Anglesey to the Snowdonia Mountains and out over the Irish Sea with sightings of Ireland on a clear day.
  • Megalithic Monuments abound on the Island from 2000 to 4000yrs BC and we will make a detour to investigate the mysteries of a burial chamber or standing stones.
  • ‘Llanfair PG’ is the village with the longest name and with so many letters we could not leave the Island without photos of this tongue twister.

Please note this is only a summary itinerary, for rates and bespoke tours please contact us.

Entrance fees to attractions are not included in any tour.

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