The beautiful Isle of Anglesey boasts over 100 miles of spectacular coastline within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Variety is its special attraction, all of which is easily accessible from Ty Newydd Leisure Park. Anglesey is steeped in a rich archaeological and historical heritage. It is unmatched in the variety of wildlife habitats from the great sea cliffs, estuaries, lagoons and dunes on the coast to the lakes, wetlands, heaths and farmland of the interior. During your visit, discover Anglesey’s culinary diversity by enjoying some of the mouth watering dishes all using local produce. Anglesey is known locally as Ôn Mam Cymru the Mother of Wales, a reference to the historical role of the island as the bread-basket of Wales. Beaches The spectacular nature of Anglesey’s coastline has long attracted a wide variety of visitors. Dedicated beach lovers can choose from sweeping sandy beaches of Llanddwyn, Red Wharf Bay, Benllech and Cemaes Bay or the more intimate coves of Porth Swtan, Moelfre, Cable Bay and Porth Cwyfan. If you’d prefer an area that offers more active water pursuits then Rhosneigr, Beaumaris or Holyhead are the places to visit. Countryside The Isle of Anglesey has an impressive variety of landscapes and wildlife. Anglesey’s cliffs, quiet coves and wide open wetland areas make it a bird watcher’s paradise. Spring turns the island into a great rock garden and a simple stroll can reveal hundreds of beautiful flowers. An extensive network of coastal and inland paths enables you to explore all the differing countryside throughout the year. Sport If you are looking for an active holiday, the Isle of Anglesey has a lot going for it. It is an ideal place for watersports throughout the year. Golfers are also well catered for with numerous courses including four challenging 18 hole courses. Discovering Anglesey on a bicycle is becoming more popular, whether you consider yourself a serious cyclist or just enjoy meandering.