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The resort is a very attractive and scenic seaside fishing village that has shops, pubs, and cafes, it is also home to the Lifeboat station that is very famous in its own right. The village had about ten thousand visitors just last year alone to see the Moelfre Lifeboat station. The village is located on the Isle of Anglesey and has a coastal footpath that goes straight to monuments on the beautiful Lligwy Beach and beyond. Moelfre, Lligwy, and Dulas combined to make a very picturesque village that contains a lot of maritime history. It is also home to some excellent beaches, bays, and also a great coastline that is ideal for all kinds of water sports.
A holiday here offers visitors a great way to enjoy Anglesey at its very best and can give cherished memories for years to come, so if you are thinking of visiting anytime soon, don’t delay; book today.
Dreaming of a place where you can get away from it all? Whether you’re visiting in summer or winter, you’ll always find peace and quiet. Anglesey is the largest Island off mainland Britain and has plenty to offer its guests. It has a wide range of accommodation that caters to every taste and budget. The quality of accommodation enhances its appeal and makes it a must-visit spot. The area has a variety of attractions ideal for the whole family. There are quaint, tranquil harbours where you can relax and rugged, mysterious coastlines that will take your breath away. Picturesque villages and natural landscapes are everywhere you look.
Holidays give you the freedom to explore at your own pace and Anglesey has a wide range of tourist attractions fitting for everyone. Nestling on the edges of the Menai Strait is the Anglesey Sea Zoo which is Wales’ largest marine aquarium. It houses over 50 displays and has re-created environments of the flora and fauna found along the north Wales coastline and Anglesey.
The Menai Strait itself is a stunning point of interest. It stretches for 25km and separates the mainland of Wales from the Isle of Anglesey. It is home to a suspension bridge which had the world’s longest span when it opened in 1826. As you stay here, enjoy a visit to Pili Palas which is home to hundreds of butterflies from around the world. Relax in tropical temperatures amidst exotic plants as butterflies fly around you. Beaumaris Castle and Gaol are also worth a visit. The castle is a great unfinished masterpiece that was built by King Edward I to show his authority over the Welsh. The Gaol provides an interesting insight into the world of prisoners in the 1800s. For those who want to experience life on a real working farm, Foel Farm Park is the place to be. Visitors can feed, touch, and play with the animals; all this is virtually on your doorstep.
Anglesey is known as the “Mother of Wales” because of its fertile land. While it is no longer referred to by that name, it still has plenty of fertile lands. The teeming seas, rich fields, and mild climate ensure its pubs and restaurants are always filled with quality local produce. Whether you want morning coffee, afternoon tea, lunch, or dinner, you’ll find everything you need in the coffee shops, tea-rooms, and restaurants. You can savor excellent local produce incorporated into both traditional and new recipes. Try the popular pedigree Welsh Black Beef or Welsh lamb and discover why they are acclaimed for their taste and quality. If you are a seafood lover, visit in October and see the Oyster Festival that incorporates seafood and an assorted mix of entertainment at various venues. To fully enjoy all the flavours of Anglesey you have to shop and cook the fabulous products yourself and there is no better place to do this.
Moelfre has everything you need for a spectacular holiday. Escape from normality, leave the laptop at home and immerse yourself in the beauty of this enchanting Island. Anglesey has a lovely countryside and award-winning beaches that offer a host of water sports. There are many activities you can enjoy inland including horse riding, golf, walking and cycling.