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THE WISH LIST On the next few pages we’ve come up with ideas on where to go in Anglesey if you’re a day visitor, spending the weekend or mid-week here, or coming for a full week’s holiday. It’s only intended as a taster of what we have to offer – we can’t, of course, cover everything in just four pages. For the full menu on where to go and what to see and do in Anglesey, please see the detailed listings beginning on page 10. DAY TRIPPER It’s an early start to make the most of the day. First port of call is the handsome seatown of Beaumaris. Have a coffee along Castle Street before visiting one of Wales’s most famous medieval fortresses, Beaumaris Castle, protected by cleverly designed water and stone defences. Then it’s off to Benllech and Red Wharf Bay for some sand between your toes. Anglesey is ringed with a coastline designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. It’s a case of quality and quantity, as you’ll see at Benllech – a family favourite – and the vast stretch of wildlife-rich sands at Red Wharf Bay. Bring buckets, spades and binoculars. Early afternoon, call into Oriel Ynys Môn, Llangefni. Although you haven’t time to see all of Anglesey, this attractive museum and gallery gives you an instant tour of the island’s history, heritage, geology, wildlife and art. There’s a good café too. You’ve got time to do what everyone does when they visit us – get your picture taken next to the sign at Llanfair PG (no, we’re not going to spell it in full here), one of the


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