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Malltraeth Attractions The Joiners Arms - Public house located in Malltraeth on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Malltraeth Viaduct - The Malltraeth Viaduct carries the Holyhead to London railway line across the Afon Cefni in the area of the Malltraeth Marsh in Anglesey, North Wales. Glantraeth Restaurant - Restaurant situated in Glantraeth, on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Melin Hermon Windmill - Melin Hermon windmill was built in 1743 on the Bodorgan Estate and continued operating as a corn mill possibly until the early 20th Century. The build Gargoyles, Grotesques and Stone Carvings on Llangadwaladr Church - Llangadwaladr Church is to be found close to the west coast of the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Although not the oldest of stone carvings the ch Llangadwaladr Church - Llangadwaladr Church is to be found close to the west coast of the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The original church also known as St Cadwaladr's Bodorgan Railway Station - Bodorgan railway station sits on the North Wales Coast Line and has direct links to Llanfairpwll, Bangor, Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Conwy, Llandudn Tacla Taid Transport and Agriculture Museum - Tacla Taid Transport and Agriculture Museum displays over 60 motor cars, engines, motorbikes and farm vehicles dating as far back as the 1920s. The mu Henblas Park - Situated in the heart of Anglesey, commanding superb views of Snowdonia, this family run establishment provides entertainment for the whole family - w Anglesey Mountain Bike Hire - Bike Hire available from Prichard Jones Institute Newborough, on the beautiful east coast of Anglesey. Fantastic forest trails through Newborough Llys Rhosyr - Discovered in 1992 by Archaeologist Neil Johnstone, Llys Rhosyr is one of the Llysoedd or Royal courts of Llywelyn Fawr, Prince of Gwynedd in the 13th Din Dryfol Burial Chamber - The Din Dryfol Burial Chamber is situated to the north of Tre-Dafydd isaf and to the south of Fferam Rhosydd. Lying on the banks of the River Gwna, t Afon Ffraw River - Afon Ffraw is a river in Anglesey, North Wales. Afon Ffraw flows from Llyn Coron to the sea at Aberffraw. Ancient Gravestones in Llangaffo Church - Llangaffo Church (the church of St Caffo) is located in Anglesey North Wales. There are several items of interest at the church including a remark St Caffo's Church - St Caffo's Church is located in the village of Llangaffo, on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The church is dedicated to St Caffo, a friend of Anglesey Coastal Path- Llyn Rhos Ddu to Aberffraw - The walk starts at Llyn Rhos Ddu lake, before skirting Newborough Forest and reaching the beach at Newborough. From here it is a short walk to the Newborough Forest - Newborough Forest is located in the south west of Anglesey, North Wales. This pine forest found on the edge of Llanddwyn Beach is an important red Llangeinwen Church - Llangeinwen Church is located on the A4080 road between Dwyran and Newborough in the south west of Anglesey, North Wales. |The church is thought to ha Anglesey Model Village and Gardens - Anglesey Model Village is one of the latest of the U.K.'s many model villages. The model village continues to be improved every year with new addition Bird World - Bird World, situated in the village of Dwyran, is home to 900 birds of 300 different species. There is also a bird of prey centre. Aberffraw to Saint Cwyfans Church Walk - A short walk from the small village of Aberffraw on the Isle of Anglesey. The walk travels part of the Anglesey Coastal Path starting from the Afon F Aberffraw Bridge - The old hump-back bridge in Aberffraw, Anglesey, North Wales spans the Afon (River) Ffraw. The stone bridge was built in 1731 by Sir Arthur Owen of Bo Anglesey Coastal Path- Aberffraw to Four Mile Bridge - The walk starts at Aberffraw, skirts the estuary of the Afon Ffraw, before rounding the headland and following the coastline to Saint Cwyfan’s B Aberffraw Sand Dunes - Aberffraw Sand Dunes are located on the west coast of Anglesey, North Wales. Aberffraw was once an important port, but over time the prevailing wester Bodowyr Burial Chamber - The Bodowyr Burial Chamber is located on the outskirts of Brynsiencyn in Anglesey, North Wales. The chamber consists of five upright orthostatic stone Aberffraw Beach - Aberffraw beach, or Traeth Mawr as it is known in Welsh, is a beautiful long sandy beach set against a backdrop of glorious sand dunes. Some say Anglesey Cycle Path- Giach Circular Cycle Route - The Giach Anglesey Cycle Path is a circular Cycle Route named after the Welsh for 'snipe', a common wetland bird in this part of Anglesey. Start/Finis Menai Oysters - Menai Oysters is situated on the Anglesey side of the Menai Strait in North Wales. The Menai Strait is currently designated a Special Area of Conserva Newborough Beach - There are fantastic views of the hills of Snowdonia and particularly the "rivals" on the Lleyn Peninsula. Many just come to enjoy the sa Bryn Gwyn Standing Stones - The Bryn Gwyn Standing Stones are to be found in a field close to the A4080 road between the villages of Brynsiencyn and Dwyran on the Isle of Anglese Malltraeth Bay - Malltraeth Bay is an inlet on Caernarfon Bay on the west coast of the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The bay is defined by Llanddwyn Island to the so Golden Samphire, Inula Crithmoides - Golden samphire (Inula crithmoides) is a perennial plant, which grows beside the seaside, on sea cliffs, and on salt marsh in Wales. Golden samphire m Llanddwyn Island - I remember visiting the island in late May one year. I had been staying in the campervan near Brynsiencyn and had cycled to Llanddwyn to take some Anglesey Geopark Llanddwyn Island - Erupting lava chilled quickly against the water with the blobs of lava expanding like a balloon to form the shape we know as pillow lava. In comb Llanddwyn Bay - Llanddwyn Bay is located off the south west coast of Anglesey, North Wales. It is defined by Llanddwyn Island and Newborough Beach. The waters of Llan Castell Bryn Gwyn - Castell Bryn Gwyn is a defended enclosure dating from the late 3rd millennium BC. It is located between the villages of Dwyran and Brynsiencyn, on the Wild Thyme - Wild Thyme as found on Llanddwyn Island on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. <br><br> Its scientific name is Thymus polytrichus.<br&g St Dwynwen's Well - St Dwynwen's Well is a freshwater spring emerging from the cliff on the north side of Llanddwyn Island below a cleft rock. It has been used as a divin Ty Croes Railway Station - Ty Croes railway station sits on the North Wales Coast Line and has direct links to Bodorgan, Llanfairpwll, Bangor, Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Conwy St Dwynwen - The tale of St Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers, is so entwined with heartbreak and tragedy that it has become one of Wales’s best known an Anglesey Showground - Anglesey is squaring up to become Wales' premier agricultural show-ground. Anglesey Agricultural Society have proposals to make the Gwalchmai showgrou Sea Bindweed - I found this flower on the beach at Llanddwyn Island on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. This wild flower has many names: Sea Bindweed, Beach Mornin Bird Island - Bird Island, or Ynys yr Adar, is an islet on the west coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The rocky outcrop is just a stones throw from the most western p Porth Cwyfan - Porth Cwyfan is a small bay on the west coast of Anglesey, North Wales. Renowned as the location of St Cwyfans Church, the Church in the Sea. The beac Caer Leb - Located on the island of Anglesey to the west of Brynsiencyn, the name Caer Leb means Leaven Castle. The site is a low-lying rectilinear enclosure, d Newborough beach to Llanddwyn Island - Directions for this walk are very simple. Leave the car park and head to the beach at Newborough. Turn right and walk along the beach to Llanddwyn Is St Cwyfan's Church - St Cwyfans Church - the Church in the Sea - sits bravely on the Islet of Cribinau off the Anglesey mainland close to the village of Aberffraw. The Tafarn y Gors - Fresh home cooked food served Wednesday-Sunday, afternoon and evening. Traditional Sunday lunch. Any occasion catered for, parties, weddings, christen Mona Flying Club - If you're interested in learning to fly, Mona Flying Club is the ideal place to do it. We have always taken pride in our relaxed, friendly atmosphere, Anglesey Circuit - Set on the west coast of Anglesey, overlooking the Irish Sea and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, Anglesey Circuit provides visitors with a challe Porth Trecastle Beach - Porth Trecastle Beach, or Cable Bay beach, is situated in between the seaside villages of Aberffraw and Rhosneigr on the south west coast of Anglesey, Anglesey Riding Centre - The Anglesey Riding Centre sits alongside the beautiful Menai Straits with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle and the Snowdonia mountain range. Our 5 Cable Bay Beach - Cable Bay beach is located south west of Llanfaelog, near the seaside village of Rhosneigr, Anglesey. Mostly sandy, there are some rocky areas, with m Popty'r Bryn - Many of the recipes have been handed down through generations and are unique to the local community. All items are hand made, using the finest ingredi Barclodiad y Gawres Passage Grave - This is one of the most important Neolithic sites in Wales, dating back some 5000 years. The heavily restored mound encloses a series of burial chambe Porth Nobla Beach - Porth Nobla Beach is located between the small towns of Rhosneigr and Aberffraw on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. It is a sandy beach with cliffs Ty Newydd Burial Chamber - Ty Newydd Burial Chamber is located in Ty Newydd, Anglesey to the north east of Llanfaelog and to the east of Rhosneigr. The burial chamber is a Neol Anglesey Sea Zoo - The Anglesey Sea Zoo is Wales? largest marine aquarium, nestling on the shores of the Menai Strait. With over 50 displays, the Sea Zoo has re-created Foel Farm Park - Foel Farm Park is a genuine working farm situated in a beautiful location on the shores of the Menai Strait near Brynsiencyn, south west of Anglesey,
Attractions near Malltraeth
The Joiners Arms
Malltraeth Viaduct
Glantraeth Restaurant
Melin Hermon Windmill
Gargoyles, Grotesques and Stone Carvings on Llangadwaladr Church
Llangadwaladr Church
Bodorgan Railway Station
Tacla Taid Transport and Agriculture Museum
Henblas Park
Anglesey Mountain Bike Hire
Llys Rhosyr
Din Dryfol Burial Chamber
Afon Ffraw River
Ancient Gravestones in Llangaffo Church
St Caffo's Church
Anglesey Coastal Path- Llyn Rhos Ddu to Aberffraw
Newborough Forest
Llangeinwen Church
Anglesey Model Village and Gardens
Bird World
Aberffraw to Saint Cwyfans Church Walk
Aberffraw Bridge
Anglesey Coastal Path- Aberffraw to Four Mile Bridge
Aberffraw Sand Dunes
Bodowyr Burial Chamber
Aberffraw Beach
Anglesey Cycle Path- Giach Circular Cycle Route
Menai Oysters
Newborough Beach
Bryn Gwyn Standing Stones
Malltraeth Bay
Golden Samphire, Inula Crithmoides
Llanddwyn Island
Anglesey Geopark Llanddwyn Island
Llanddwyn Bay
Castell Bryn Gwyn
Wild Thyme
St Dwynwen's Well
Ty Croes Railway Station
St Dwynwen
Anglesey Showground
Sea Bindweed
Bird Island
Porth Cwyfan
Caer Leb
Newborough beach to Llanddwyn Island
St Cwyfan's Church
Tafarn y Gors
Mona Flying Club
Anglesey Circuit
Porth Trecastle Beach
Anglesey Riding Centre
Cable Bay Beach
Popty'r Bryn
Barclodiad y Gawres Passage Grave
Porth Nobla Beach
Ty Newydd Burial Chamber
Anglesey Sea Zoo
Foel Farm Park
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