The beautiful and gently undulating coast is ideal for walking and the Anglesey Coastal Path takes you through the officially designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Anglesey walking guide (BBC Wales)
Breakwater Park, Holyhead. Walk out onto one of the longest breakwaters in the world (1.75 miles)
Mount Snowdon (1085 metres) is a 40 minute drive away.
At 220m (772 feet) Holyhead Mountain is the highest hill in Anglesey. There is an iron age stone circle settlement and Roman watchtower on the hill, which is close to South Stack.
Silver Bay is only a mile away and the huge swells of Rhosneigr and Porth Trecastell are close by.
Anglesey beaches guide (BBC Wales)
The lagoon where the tide is trapped between the Stanley Embankment and Four Mile Bridge is excellent for canoeing. As the tide passes through a tunnel in the embankment, a standing wave is formed that attracts numerous kayakers.
Sea Kayaking UK based in Holyhead offer courses
Cybi Kayakers (Rhian Tildesley) Holyhead tel: 01407 762840
Rockpool Kayaks, Holyhead offer courses
The main centres for water sports and marine activities on Anglesey are Holyhead, Trearddur Bay, Beaumaris and Rhosneigr
Plas Menai. The National Watersports Centre, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 1UE. An unrivalled choice of watersports and mountain sport courses.
The Royal Anglesey Yacht Club offers sailing instruction.
Diving round Anglesey is some of the best in the country with many wrecks and exceptionally clear waters.
Diving Services Anglesey, Trearrdur Bay. Training, equipment and servicing
Trearddur Bay Tackle. Trearddur Bay Post Office.
Anglesey Charter Fishing, complete sea fishing packages from Holyhead
GO Angling Charter Service, sailing daily from Holyhead Marina
Baronhill Golf Club, Beaumaris (9 hole)
Golfing on Anglesey Island Golf Pass (play 5 premier courses for £79)
Cartio Môn Karting leisure karting centre. Karting for the whole family.
Anglesey Circuit Frequent motor sport fixtures and track days.
RAF Valley is home to the RAF's fast jet combat pilot training and the skies are usually very busy in fair weather. Eurofighter Typhoons and Tornados call in to refuel on training sorties in the mountains.