Anglesey Today in Anglesey

What Anglesey is like Today.

The island of Anglesey is under 25 miles in length but there is a lot happening on Anglesey. We have lots of high resolution images, and have stories about the main towns like Holyhead, Amlwch, Beaumaris and Llangefni. We also try to keep you up to date with the things that are happening at the moment, particularly those things you wouldn’t want to miss. Under ‘Things to Do’ there is information on many different things you might like to do on the island – e.g. Walking, Beaches, Cycling, Fishing, Bird watching, and much more besides.

On the ancient monuments pages we have photographed many of the island’s ancient standing stones, burial chambers, and other neolithic items of interest. Anglesey probably has more ancient monuments per square acre than any other place on earth.

Anglesey, Llandegfan Standing Stone – Snowdonia in background

If you are interested in researching your family history then there is a page for you as well. If you wish to express yourself in Poetry, then let us have your entries for approval and posting to our site.

Pili Palas Butterfly Palace on Anglesey

This place has really come on in leaps and bounds, as I discovered in March of 2009 when my wife and I took one of our grandchildren to Pilis Palas butterfly palace near Menai Bridge on Anglesey. Of course, there are butterflies, but as the photos, I

Môna Car Boot on Anglesey, North Wales

Môna car boot has become an institution here on Anglesey. The sheer numbers and diversity of stalls make this a must be there occasion. Bargains galore and an all year round opportunity to meet friends. Mona isn’t just a car boot, it is also a market place,