There is literally so much to do nowadays on the Island. The official tourism website www.visitanglesey.co.uk is the perfect starting point and is highly recommended.
There is another great source of information on www.anglesey-hidden-gem.com. We would like to point out some of our own favourites and follow this up with more information in our News and Events Section.
Cycling – is rapidly gaining in popularity with 1500 people taking part in 2014 in the Tour de Mon. Anglesey offers mainly flat routes around cliffs and beaches with quiet inland routes all against the backdrop of Snowdonia. See www.tourdemon.co.uk and www.cyclingnothwales.org/anglesey. We welcome cycling groups and can offer safe storage in our garages.
The Anglesey Coastal path covers a glorious 125 miles, passing through a mixture of farmland, coastal heath, dunes, salt marsh, foreshore, cliffs and woodland www.walescoastpath.gov.uk.
A Walking Festival takes place in May every year. Walkers love the Island and where better to be rested, fed, and watered than at the Valley.
Trac Mon – Anglesey circuit is just a few minutes from the Valley and has been described as ‘Petrol heads paradise by the sea with bike and car events plus track days and driving courses.’ There is a busy weekend programme throughout the year and we are pleased to welcome many regular and new guests www.angleseycircuit.com
Diving – our General Manager, Mike Lewis is an expert diver and he really loves the sea around the Island and will be happy to give advice to any potential divers. www.diveanglesey.co.uk
Golf – the Island is blessed with great golf courses with spectacular views and golfing parties love staying at the Valley. The Anglesey Golf Pass costs just £89 to play the Island main courses – details on the Hidden Gem website and elsewhere.
Beaches – the west coast of the island boasts some of the best beaches in Britain and indeed the world. The most spectacular is Llandwyn Island, reached through the New borough Forest which hosted the Anglesey Sandman Triathlon in September 2014 and September 2015 – www.angleseysandman.com.
We are close to Trearddur Bay, Rhosneigr, Church Bay and Rhoscolyn which are all perfect for family days on the sands.
A special treat is a RibRide down the Menai Straits with such spectacular scenery
Highly recommended – www.ribride.co.uk
For families with young children we recommend:
Weekend Festivals have proved to be extremely popular in Beaumaris and Menai Bridge and are well worth a visit.
There is so much more we could add as this only gives a small sample of the huge range of activities and things to do on the Island. Please look on our Events Page that will be continually updated for new items.