If you’re after great seafood, empty beaches and some of Wales' most dramatic landscapes, look no further than Anglesey.

Anglesey is an island off Wales’ northwest coast. As you cross one of the bridges from the mainland – either the Britannia Bridge or the Menai Suspension Bridge, which was built in the 1800s – you’ll be struck by the unspoilt countryside and rugged coastline. This is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Anglesey’s quiet, sandy beaches are some of Wales’ most stunning, and ideal for long walks, swimming and a variety of other water-sports. The island is criss-crossed by cycling and walking routes, which wind their way past spectacular landscapes, elegant gardens and pretty towns and villages. Anglesey is a wonderful place to visit, whether you want a non-stop adventure or a lazy few days on the beach.