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NEED TO KNOW On the next few pages you’ll find a mix of advice and contact details covering the things you might need to know when visiting the island – public transport, car hire, internet access, health, helpful websites/telephone numbers, etc. Exploring the island by bus Anglesey’s towns, villages, attractions and activities are highly accessible by bus thanks to a comprehensive network of routes covering all of the island. Many of these routes are also very scenic – service 61 along the north coast between Amlwch and Holyhead, for example, or services 53/56/57/58 than run along the shores of the Menai Strait to Beaumaris. There are yet more stunning views of the Strait and Snowdonia from service 42, which takes in Llangefni, Aberffraw, Newborough, Plas Newydd and Llanfair PG. While many of the services start and finish on the island, there are also convenient direct bus routes from Bangor and Caernarfon if you want to visit Anglesey for the day from mainland North Wales. Service 42 between Bangor and Llangefni (mentioned earlier) is one. There are also services 4/4A/X4 from Bangor to Holyhead via Llangefni, for example, or the 46 service from Caernarfon to Llangefni. It’s fun travelling by bus too. You may get chatting to the locals, and you’ll certainly discover parts of the island – small villages and pretty country roads – that you might otherwise have missed. And you won’t be doing the driving, which means that you can


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