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Isle of Anglesey
The Isle of Anglesey aka Ynys Mon (in Welsh) is situated on the North-South-East side of the
Welsh peninsular. The Isle of Anglesey is the largest Welsh island with total land mass reaching 278
square miles. The islands borders are surrounded by the Irish Sea. The UK 2001 Census records a
total population count of 66829 habitants, which had declined 3 percent since the previous 1991
Every year many tourists visit the Isle of Anglesey to enjoy the islands Beaches, Coastal Paths,
Beaumaris castle, Nature Reserves, Plas Newydd, St Seiriol's Well, The Model Railway and the
The main geographic areas of interest include Hollyhead, Southstack, Llanfair PG, Llyn Alaw,
Pentraeth, Beaumaris, Red Wharf Bay and Menai Strait.
How to get to the Isle of Anglesey
By Air, There are currently two flights per day, from Cardiff to Anglesey with Manx 2 Airlines
(manx2.com). Liverpool and Manchester Airports are the closest mainland alternatives to landing
on the Island.
By Sea, Seasonal sea travel with ferry is available between Hollyhead and Dublin. Travel with
Stenna Line or Irish Ferries.