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Explore Lligwy

A hidden gem with its golden sandy beaches, impressive dunes, and rock pools, it’s the perfect escape from the busier town centres.

A truly historical corner of Anglesey showcased by Din Lligwy Hut, the remains of a Celtic settlement. It is clear why Lligwy was such an idyllic location for Romans to land; with its gently sloping sandy beaches, it is inviting to everyone, even the seals, who can regularly be seen sunbathing.

Food & Drink

Lligwy Beach Cafe is the perfect spot for a lunchtime pizza or to enjoy the evening sun after a stroll along the headland with your dog. A short trip from Moelfre, you’ll find The Kinnmel Arms for a drink and bite to eat or an intimate dining experience at Ann’s Pantry. Be sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Things to Do

It goes without saying that one of the main attractions to Lligwy is its stunning beach, rugged coastline and remoteness. Stooped in history, Din Lligwy is one of the finest examples of how the Celtics lived. A short trip around the coast, you’ll find Mynydd Parys – The Copper Kingdom, which was once the largest copper mine in the world, with its history going back over 4000 years.

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