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BENLLECH and also covering MOELFRE, MARIANGLAS, BRYNTEG, PENTRAETH AND RED WHARF BAY...................
If you came across the Menai or old bridge onto the island you will have passed a sign welcoming you to Mon Mam Cymru literally to Anglesey- Mother of Wales. A generation ago Anglesey was that - as a rich farming community her produce could feed the population of Wales as a mother feeds her children. Our farmers are still here but Angleseys evolution means it is now an expanding and popular holiday destination with a huge range of accommodation , places to visit and things to do.
, Through these pages Anglesey Visitor hopes to feed you all Anglesey has to offer. Whether you need peace, action, sport, food, entertainment, shopping its all here.
1. Explore its history - Anglesey has been inhabited since 1000 years BC and has a rich cultural, celtic and christian heritage. Monuments, castles and places of interest abound.
2. See the beauty of its coastline, its mountain views and inland greenery providing places for any activity, sport or relaxation.
3. View the modern world from wind farms to nuclear power and much in between.
4. Tire the children out on one of the beaches or visit one of the huge variety of family attractions - farms, fun houses or sport centres.
5. Enjoy - last but by no means least eat at our local venues and pubs, restaurants and hotels - there is something for everyone.
Anglesey - you choose!
BEACHES BENLLECH BEACH
Anglesey is surrounded by beaches! Everyone has their favourite beaches for -
b) bird watching
d) peace or solitude
You will find yours - the following beaches are in this area:
1. Moelfre a shingle beach in a pretty town with a harbour and all facilities. Very sheltered. There has been a life boat station here for many years.
2. Traeth Lligwy, Dulas long sandy beach with some shelter. There is a cafe, shop, toilets and parking. The nearby ancient monument is worth a visit on the way.
3. Benllech a family favourite. A long and sandy beach, safe with endless facilities and even donkeys in the summer.
4. Red Wharf Bay has two beaches one reached through the Caravan Park, the main one is sandy, with channels and inlets. It is sheltered by hills and has a great pub and restaurant.
5.. Llanddona seems endless so a beach for games as it never seems full. It extends to Red Wharf bay. There is sand and shingle, rocks and a shop and toilets.
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