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The joys of Anglesey - Come and Visit
The Isle of Anglesey was known in times gone by as ''Mon Mam Cymru" meaning literally ‘'Anglesey Mother of Wales'' because of its fertile land which provided much of the grain to feed all Wales.
Anglesey, the largest of all the islands of Wales, with a walkable coastline of approximately 125 miles, is a real "Treasure Island". It boasts a wealth of attractions from glorious beaches and coastal walks, peaceful countryside and breathtaking views, to the archaeological sites including prehistoric standing stones and medievel structures such as Beaumaris castle.Renowned for its glorious blue flag beaches, peaceful and unspoilt countryside and stunning mountain views and has been declared "An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty".
Did you know? - Anglesey Facts
The village on Anglesey, near Menai Bridge known as Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwlllantysiliogogogoch or "The church of St. Mary in the hollow of white hazel trees near the rapid whirlpool by St. Tysilio's of the red cave" holds the record for the village with the longest name - which incidentally is the same village where the first Women's Institute in Britain was founded in 1915.
The loss of the steam clipper "Royal Charter" off the coast of Moelfre was the most disasterous of all those vessels lost during the great storm of October 1859. More than four hundred people were lost - returning home from the goldfields of Australia. Charles Dickens, at the height of his fame, visited to report on this incident.
The island is home to a wealth of wildlife and nature, and boasts 125 miles of coastline and 60 Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Bird watching is a keen pastime for visitors and locals alike as you can expect to see Guillemot, Chough, Grebe, Puffin and Peregrine Falcon species in abundance.