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If you are looking for an active holiday, the Isle of Anglesey has a lot to offer. It is an ideal place for water sports throughout the year. Coastering the sea cliffs, kayaking around St Patricks Island, wakeboarding & kitesurfing at Rhosneigr or an exhilarating rib ride up the Menai Strait.

Activities at Llanlliana

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Walking

Walkers are spoilt for choice with direct access from Llanlliana onto the 126 mile long Anglesey Coastal Path, the section from Bull Bay to Cemaes Bay has been described by visitors as the most dramatic walk on Anglesey.

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Boat trips, fishing, snorkeling and more…

Witness the stunning aquatic wildlife of North Wales with exciting boat trips and snorkelling if you’re feeling more adventurous. Spend lazy afternoons fishing on the water’s edge before returning to Llanlliana house with the your own catch of the day.

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Activities on Anglesey

Cemaes Bay

An idyllic traditional seaside fishing village with a beautiful sheltered sandy beach perfect for children to dig sandcastles & paddle. There are all the essentials- post office, chemist, butcher, baker, hotels, pubs & the fish & chip shop. The Heritage Centre has a local history exhibition and cafe or you could take a boat trip around the dramatic coastline for some fishing off St Patricks Island or to look at the seal colony on the Skerries.

Golfing

Golfers are well catered for on Anglesey with numerous courses including four 18 hole courses. Llanlliana is just a 15 min drive from the beautiful Bull Bay Golf Course, an 18 hole championship course with breathtaking views of the coast.

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Active Holidays

If you are looking for an active holiday, the Isle of Anglesey has a lot to offer. It is an ideal place for water sports throughout the year. Coastering the sea cliffs, kayaking around St Patricks Island, wakeboarding & kitesurfing at Rhosneigr or an exhilerating rib ride up the Menai Strait.

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Cycling

Discovering the delights of Anglesey from a bicycle is becoming more popular, with the most popular cycle routes around Llyn Alaw, a 4.8km long lake with award winning conservation status for the wildfowl & bird life

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Discovering our History

We call it Lôn Las Copr, or the Copper Trail. That’s because it’s a 36-Mile circular tour based around the historic port of Amlwch. Once the biggest producer of copper in the world. Lôn Las Copr is a further piece of our cycling jigsaw. Now you can explore virtually the whole of Anglesey via a network of traffic-free trails and quiet country lanes.

Family Days Out

Anglesey has many fun filled events for the family!

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