Towns and Villages
Anglesey has some wonderfully quaint towns & village. Cemaes Bay, the most northernly village in Wales, is a pretty seaside village popular with families for its sheltered sandy beach. Rhosneigr on the west cost is popular for its watersports including kite surfing, surfing & windsurfing. Beaumaris is a popular spot, with amazing views over the Snowdonia mountain range, and an impressive castle situated in the centre of the town.
Holyhead is Anglesey's largest town, followed by Llangefni and Menai Bridge. Holyhead has a ferry port with daily crossings to Dublin, and also has a historic train station with regular services to desinations throughout the UK. Holyhead has two large supermarkets, Tesco & Morrisons, and a shopping outlet centre with New Look, Poundland and Argos. High street shops are not common in Anglesey - instead you'll find boutiques, local produce and interesting specialiity shops, particularly in Rhosneigr, Menai Bridge and Beaumaris.
Llangefni is home to the island's county council. It is a bustling place, with a weekly market and a good range of shops, and places to eat.
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