Anglesey, the seventh largest island in Britain, is a treasure trove of history and culture. 125 miles of stunning coastline ensures there is plenty to see in a day.
We’ll take a short drive on The Thomas Telford Suspension bridge before a stop at St Tysilio’s Church, an idyllic church on an island. Next stop is the town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, where we’ll drop in at the station for a fun picture of the longest place name in Wales.
Anglesey is full of sun-soaked bays, tranquil fishing villages, charming country pubs, historic castles and grand stately homes. You won’t want to miss Beaumaris Castle, Llynnon Windmill and South Stack Lighthouse as you experience a ‘hidden gem’ of the British Isles.
A stroll or a hike along the Anglesey Coast Path is a great way to explore passing wild beaches, flower-dotted heathland and mud flats busy with birds. Llanddwyn Island is a stunning outcrop extending from the mainland which is one of the most picturesque locations in Wales. The ruined church was once home to Saint Dwynwen – the Welsh patron saint of lovers from the 5th century A.D. When her true love Maelon was turned to ice!
After our Cotswold adventure with CT&T we planned with Eddie to carry on touring through Wales; we spent 6 days exploring and it truly was a surprise. The Castles, beaches, food, the people, the adventure, history… I could go on Wales has something for everybody and Eddie’s guides knew all the hidden gems and all the right places to see. In my eyes Wales had just as much if n...
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