The Local Area
"Anglesey, 'The Mother of Wales' boasts of castles, ancient stone circles and villages, Victorian gaols, shipwrecks, and much, much more ."
St. David’s Park is in the perfect location from which to explore Anglesey’s many wonderful natural and historic attractions, as well being only a stones throw away from the stunning Snowdonia National Park, while Dublin is barely a couple of hours away, via the fast ferry from Holyhead. Walking, golfing, cycling, horse riding, fishing, water sports, bird watching plus many popular tourist attractions are but a few of the activities on offer in and around St. David's Park so there is guaranteed to be something for everyone to enjoy.
Family Days OutTyddyn Mon - A great fun farm for families. Meet the animals and race around on the go karts.
Anglesey Sea Zoo - A fantastic acquarium for children and adults with a wide collection of sea creatures to discover.
Foel Farm Park - A charming farm with all sorts of animals friends for the kids to meet.
Greenwood Forest Park - A wonderful children's outdoor activity playground with rides, nature trails and more.
Pili Palas Butterfly Centre - A magical place to discover exotic and native butterflies, tropical birds, bunnies, farm animals and much more.
The Fun Centre - Check out the laser space port, go karts and giant play area at teh Anglesey Fun Centre.
Welsh Mountain Zoo - The famous North Wales Zoo found in the secluded hills in Colwyn Bay is hoem to a wide variety of animals form around the world.
Art, Crafts & Local ProduceInigo Jones Slateworks- Shop for stunning native Welsh slate and visit the slate workshop to discover the history of slate in North Wales.
Janet Bell Gallery- A great attraction for art lovers, Janet Bell is a talented local artist inspired by her surroundings of Anglesey and producing art for sale in a wide variety of mediums
Hootons Farm "Pick Your Own"- If you love homegrown food then visit this special farm specialising in home grown produce where you can pick your own fruit.
Heritage & HistoryBeaumaris Castle - An iconic castle of Anglesey. Although more intact than many it is known as a great unfinished masterpiece.
Snowdon Mountain Railway - The best way to see the Snowdon summitt in relaxing style.
Plas Newydd - Take a stroll i the stunning gardens and explore the historical house of Plas Newydd. You can even play golf frisbee in teh woodland.
Amlwch Industrial Heritage Trust, Copper Kingdom - These underground copper mines are an incredible historical experience for the whole family.
Sports & Leisure
Ribride - Enjoy a variety of fast paced adventures with one of the best boat tour companies around. Whether it is zipping through the water you enjoy or spotting wildlife it is well worth booking a trip.
Anglesey Hawking - If you love birds of prey why not enjoy a hawk walk or even a hawking expedition on horseback with Anglesey Hawking.
B- Active - For those who love getting out on the water and staying active in the great outdoors try B- Active for courses and outings for kayacking, sea kayacking, guided walks and coasteering.
Anglesey Horse Riding - There is nothing quite like exploring the wonderous landscape of Anglesey by horseback and Anglesey Horse Riding provides some of the best riding facilities in North Wales.
Gwynedd Bowmen - This club is based in the North West of Anglesey and a regular shoot is held every Friday where archers of all levels, including beginners are welcome.
Llyn Adventures - This top adventure club offers a wide variety of activities throughout the year including coasteering, kayacking, surfing, rock climbing and mountaineering.
Redline - Redline Indoor Go Karting offers an excellent circuit and sessions for very reasonable prices.
Bull Bay Golf Club - A fantastic 18 hole championship course set overlooking the rugged coast line of Anglesey.
Nature & Wildlife
Beaches on Anglesey - In addition to our pristine private beach here at St David's Park there are also many other gorgeous beaches for you to explore across the Isle of Anglesey.
RSPB South Stack - The RSPB Reserve on South Stack Cliffs is home to an array of coastal wildlife including the beautiful sea birds that nest there. Spring and summer are the best times of year to observe the birds on the South stack Cliffs and you can also visit the wonderful South Stack Lighthouse.
North Wales Wildlife Trust - Anglesey is filled with incredible wildlife from sea birds and seals to red squirrels and more.
- North Wales Wildlife Trust >> web link
- Anglesey Tourist Information Website >> web link>>
- Llanfairpwllgwyngyll – 01248 713177
- Holyhead – 01407 762622