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The beautiful Isle of Anglesey is situated at the north west of Wales and accessed via two bridges. Travelling over either of them the Menai Straights will give you an inkling of the beauty that lies ahead.It now has 125 miles of accessible stunning coastline all designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beautiful mountains of Snowdonia and the Great Orme as easily accessible from Anglesey, although with so many beautiful parts of the Island available you may wish to just spend your time enjoying this peaceful and wonderful part of the country.
There is something for all ages available on Anglesey as long as you like the simple pleasures in life;' walking, cycling, fishing, boat rides, and bird, seal and porpoise spotting. The attractions here are varied from the 37 beautiful beaches, stunning castles, the Pili Palas Nature Reserve, the RSPB centre at South stack, National Trust properties and Copper mines. They also include Anglesey Sea Zoo, Puffin Island Boat trips, Maritime and Lifeboat Museums, Hidden Gardens, and Halen Mons Salt. There are plenty of good restaurants serving seafood to fine dining to Indian all enabling you to sit and unwind at the end of a spectacular day. If you prefer a bit more excitement there is The Ripride boat trips, the Longest Zip wire in the world (near Snowdon) and a climbing wall. The island has an interesting and varied history with megalithic monuments demonstrating humans populated the area in prehistory. Anglesey has association with Druids, Celts, the Roman Empire, the Normans, the Saxons and Edward 1 of England.
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