Welcome to our beautiful island!
There is always so much to see and do on Angelsey, whatever the time of year. You can be assured that however long your stay on Anglesey is, it will probably never quite be enough.
No matter your taste for adventure there is plenty to do. It is easy to escape into another time and way of life at one of our popular historic attractions, including striking castles, quaint old harbours, ancient burial chambers and numerous museums and galleries. If you want to explore outdoors then you could reconnect with nature on one of our many wildlife trails or by visiting a country park. You can even make the most of your Anglesey adventure by taking part in a variety of water-based activities, from sailing, wind surfing, paddle boarding through to scuba diving, just to name a few! There is no end to the activities to be had here on Anglesey.
If you’re a natural born explorer, you can discover the beauty of the island, both on the coast and inland, with an inspiring walk or gentle cycle ride before setting your sites inland. Within the Island you can explore bustling local markets to find some delicious home grown treats. Or simply gather all the family to enjoy a picnic and an afternoon of rock pooling on one of our many beaches – the choice is yours.
To help you make the most of your holiday we have listed a few places to help you get started!
Funsport - The Surf Shop
Funsport is a windsurfing and water sport shop, dealing in windsurfing, kite surfing and surfing, but we also provide our customers with surf-wear and other water-sport’s equipment such as wake-boarding, kayaking and the growing new sport of Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP). Hire & Sales.
During windy weekends, hordes of windsurfers and kitesurfers will come down to Rhosneigr from all over Great Britain. The shop is situated at the bottom of Beach road, as close to the sea as you can get in the village.
They enjoy extremely good conditions for every level of Watersport in a friendly and radical atmosphere! Rhosneigr is no doubt one of the best spots in the UK for the intermediate to advanced windsurfer and kitesurfer.
We are here to make it the spot with the best atmosphere both on and off of the water.
Telephone: 01407 810899
Zip World Velocity – Penrhyn, Quarry, Bethesda. Velocity is “The Nearest Thing To Flying”! Home to the longest zip line in Europe and the fastest in the world. This adrenalin fuelled attraction offers visitors a totally unique experience. Speeds well in excess of 100mph can be reached.
Zip World Velocity Quarry Tour. Penrhyn, Quarry, Bethesda. For those wishing to enjoy the views without the flying, come aboard our former military vehicles with fascinating commentary about the history of the quarry, and views as far out as Ireland on a clear day.
Zip World Titan – Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Blaneau Ffestiniog. Zip World Titan brings you the largest Zip Zone in Europe. Titan is the first of it’s kind. The only 4 person zip line in Europe, where riders reach speeds of up to 70mph over moor, mountain and mine
Rhosneigr Golf Course
Welcome to the Anglesey Golf Club – Rhosneigr, the only truly links golf course on the beautiful island of Anglesey. Our fascinating and at times challenging course offers much of interest for golfers of all abilities. With par 68 from the yellow tees and par 70 from the whites and reds, set amongst the dunes of Rhosneigr there is much to keep both golfers and visitors well and truly amused.
Our club is noted for its friendliness and warm welcome. We have a very strong seniors section for the over 55s with a packed calendar of activity. We offer excellent value for money and we have a whole range of attractive offers for new members.
With Rhosneigr being a popular holiday destination we offer special deals for summer golf, with attractive weekly rates and a special rate for July and August. In addition we have a variety of Open Competitions throughout the year. So, if you’re thinking of golfing in Anglesey then our club offers the very best of Anglesey golf for you to enjoy.
Clubhouse Opening – 7.00 am – 11.00 pm
Catering – Snacks and full menu all day
Station Rd., Rhosneigr, Ynys Mon, LL64 5QX
Clubhouse (01407) 810219
Rib Ride - Menai
Going under Thomas Telford’s Menai Suspension Bridge, we enter the infamous Swellies with its shipwrecks, rocks and whirlpools. We whip under the Britannia Bridge to spot the Lions and salute Lord Nelson’s statue. After viewing Plas Newydd, we return to Menai Bridge and on to see ‘Millionaires Row’.
Our skippers are your fast and fun guides to the natural beauty and history of the Menai Strait. A unique view of Beaumaris Castle and the town’s brightly coloured seafront houses will delight you. Then we head out into the open sea, past old shipwrecks.
We approach Puffin Island, or Ynys Seiriol, the uninhabited Island that is home to the largest nesting cormorant population in the UK and, of course, the famous Puffins.
Our skippers are your fast and fun guides to the history and wildlife around Puffin Island.
You will have the best view of Caernarfon Castle. Going to Abermenai Point we pass the historic Napoleonic Fort Belan. Past the beautiful sand dunes of Newborough Warren we arrive at Pilot Cove, Llanddwyn Island. With luck we will spot seals, possibly Harbour Porpoises, then head back.
Our skippers are your fast and fun guides to the beauty of the seascape and history of the area.
Around Anglesey Adventure. This trip is designed to suit your party of up to 8 riders per boat. You decide where and when to stop and you spend the whole day exploring.
You will get up close with the sea wildlife and experience the thrill of an open-sea adventure at your own pace. Not for the faint-hearted!
Our skippers will be your fast and fun guides for the day as you set off for an unbeatable adventure.
Menai Bridge, LL59 5DE
Tel: 0333 1234 303
Anglesey Coastal Path
Anglesey (Ynys Môn) lies off the coast of North Wales, separated from the mainland by the treacherous waters of the Menai Strait. The island’s finest treasure is it’s coastline, which boasts some of the finest and most varied coastal scenery in the British Isles.
The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path encircles this enchanting island, taking in sweeping sandy beaches, expansive dunes, tidal estuaries, rocky headlands and towering sea cliffs. Along the way it visits quaint fishing villages, explores bustling seaports and passes numerous reminders of Anglesey’s long and colourful history.
Anglesey is also noted for its abundant flora and fauna. From the spring to the autumn the island is carpeted with flowers of every hue, the sea cliffs and offshore islands provide a home for a wide variety of birds, seals are a common sight and dolphins can often be glimpsed from the shore. The island’s close proximity to the mainland of North Wales adds drama to the views from the coast path: from almost any point along the trail the mountains of Snowdonia or the hills of the Lleyn Peninsula provide dramatic backdrops to the views.
Highlights of the trail include the attractive villages of Cemaes, Moelfre and Aberffraw; Amlwch’s lovely old harbour; the spectacular views from Holyhead Mountain which takes in almost the entire island, the mountains of Snowdonia, the hills of the Lleyn Peninsula, the Isle of Man and the mountains of Ireland; Thomas Telford’s graceful Menai Suspension Bridge, the world’s first large iron suspension bridge; South Stack Lighthouse and sea cliffs; Penmon Priory and Dovecote; Barclodiad y Gawres burial chamber, the largest Neolithic tomb in Wales; the Church of St Cadwaladr at Llangadwaladr, a former royal chapel and burial ground; the delightful town of Beaumaris with its wonderful castle, Jacobean courthouse and chilling Victorian gaol.
- Reaching the highest point on the island at the summit of Holyhead Mountain.
- Visiting the many clean and beautiful beaches of the Anglesey coastline.
- Spotting the rich population of seabirds around Puffin Island.
- Exploring charming coastal towns & villages such as Beaumaris & Benllech.
Cycling on Anglesey
If you enjoy cycling then Anglesey has several circular routes that may appeal to you. Each route allows you to marvel at the fantastic scenery that Anglesey has to offer, whilst providing ample opportunities to spot some of the islands beautiful wildlife.
In recent years Anglesey County Council has spent £2million creating a cycle path that links the two national paths that cross the island. In addition to these paths, Anglesey has four formal cycling routes, each named after a particular bird. The Hebog (Falcon) trail actually circles Tyddyn Isaf so is the most convenient to cycle if you don’t want to drive to your starting point, however, all four of the circular routes are worth exploring. There are also two marked point-to-point rides and an abundance of quiet country lanes so Anglesey is definitely a cyclists dream.
Surf Snowdonia - Conwy Valley
Picture this. A perfect lozenge-shaped fresh-water lagoon, roughly the size of six football pitches, set in the lush, green Conwy Valley in the lee of the Snowdonia mountains. Breathe it in. It’s clean, it’s fresh, it’s wild and it’s beautiful.
Now add something entirely unexpected. A powerful two-metre wave that rises at the centre of the lagoon, peels perfectly for more than 150 metres, and dissipates softly as it hits the shore.
Welcome to the Surf Snowdonia Wavegarden®: a revolutionary world-first inland surf lagoon and the UK’s most compelling outdoor adventure destination for you, your friends and the whole family to enjoy.
But the awe-inspiring Wavegarden isn’t the only reason to come to Surf Snowdonia. You’re going to love our totally addictive Crash & Splash water-based obstacle lagoon – and ‘blobbing’ – as well as our surf-side café bar, coffee shops and retail space. And our 50-metre glass-fronted viewing gallery will let you get right up close to the surf action without even getting wet!
Anglesey Circuit - Near Rhosneigr
Set on the west coast of Anglesey (1m south of Rhosneigr), overlooking the Irish Sea and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, Anglesey Circuit provides visitors with a challenging and exciting circuit in a breathtaking location.
Whether you are visiting the Circuit as a competitor, spectator, for driving instruction or as part of a corporate activity day, you are assured of a day to remember.
It is one of the few circuits to be designed and constructed with an entirely new concept. We have taken full advantage of the undulating landscape and created a circuit with imaginative cambers, a blend of fast sections, technically challenging mid range corners complemented with two hairpin bends and a 10% banked corner. The alternative circuit configurations enable Anglesey Circuit to offer the ideal facility for the wide variety of events that we host throughout the year.
The circuit is an outstanding venue for amateurs and professionals alike. Spectators can enjoy exciting racing with overtaking opportunities that other circuits are unable to offer from a variety of vantage points.
Whether your preference is for two or four wheels, Anglesey Circuit will have something to offer.
Visit the website for full list of events & activities:
Anglesey Circuit, Ty Croes, Anglesey LL63 5TF
Telephone: 01407 811 400
Gecko - Rhosneigr
Gecko Surf and Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) School offers you the chance to enjoy the beautiful beaches of Rhosneigr and develop your skills in Surfing, Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) or both!
Our aim is to provide a safe, satisfying experience whilst instilling in our students a healthy respect and awareness of the power of the sea.
We offer coaching for all ages and all abilities. All our instructors are fully qualified surf life guards, we also have female instructors if preferred. Whether complete beginners or looking to improve your technique our fully qualified instructors have the program for you, with a focus on safety, fun and great waves.
We also offer hire, instruction and sales of surfboards and Stand Up Paddle (SUP) boards and an extensive range of wetsuits and accessories.
Location: High Street – Rhosneigr
Telephone: 01407 811247