Things to do in Anglesey
Large and mostly rural island off the north west coast of Wales, separated from the mainland by the Menai Strait
Are you looking for things to do in Anglesey? We've got plenty of great ideas for you across the island.
Known for... Holy Island, Druids and Menai Strait
Din Lligwy Hut Group FREE
Well-preserved stone-built huts in an enclosure dating from the Romano-British period.
Penrhos Feliw Standing Stones FREE
Two stones standing to a height of 10 feet (3.1m), probably dating to the earlier Bronze Age.
Capel Lligwy FREE
Simple stone chapel, probably of early twelfth-century origin.
Holyhead Mountain Hut Circles FREE
Remains of about twenty dry-stone-built huts and associated field systems, belonging to a series of prehistoric & later farmsteads.
Presaddfed Burial Chamber FREE
Probably the remains of two separate chambers of a Neolithic tomb.
Tŷ Newydd Burial Chamber FREE
Neolithic chambered tomb. The capstone may have been much larger and the whole monument covered by a round cairn.
Din Dryfol Burial Chamber FREE
Neolithic chambered tomb. Excavations have indicated several phases in the development of the monument.
Trefignath Burial Chamber FREE
Neolithic chambered tomb constructed in three separate phases, around 3750-2250 B.C.
Ty Mawr Standing Stone FREE
Isolated standing stone some 9 feet (2.7m) tall, probably of Bronze Age date.
Caer Y Tŵr FREE
Iron Age hillfort and late Roman watchtower, on summit of mountain. Scenic walk.
Tregwehelydd Standing Stone FREE
Fragmentary remains of an early Bronze Age standing stone.
Caer Gybi Roman Fortlet FREE
A rectangular Roman fortlet (probably late third century), of which the walls still survive.
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Isle of Anglesey
Henblas Country Park
This is one of Anglesey's most popular attractions for an enjoyable day out. Henblas Country Park has much to offer all ages.
Isle of Anglesey
A small town overlooking a picturesque sheltered bay.
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