Map of Isle Of Anglesey

This detailed map of Isle of Anglesey shows the major cities of this Wales province, their surroundings and the main points of interest within the area. Having this information provided by this map of Isle of Anglesey, you can go to the second step in planning your vacation: locating an affordable hotel and finding out if there are affordable car hire services in the area. If you are travelling from abroad, you shouldn’t forget to seek information about the travel insurance laws and costs. Please see the map of Isle of Anglesey below to get an image of this beautiful province.

Anglesey, measured as the largest among the islands in England and Wales.  It lies off the northernwest coast of Wales. With the existence of Menai Strait, this island is separated from the mainland of Wales. It is connected by two bridges with striking designs, the Britannia Bridge and the Menai Suspension Bridge. During the middle ages, Anglesey is appropriately named as Mam Cymru ('Mother of Wales') because it was the chief source of grain of the northern Wales.

Map Of Isle Of Anglesey

In 2011, the approximate number of inhabitants was 69,700. It is fairly small when equated to its area of 714 square kilometres. About 70% of its people speak the Welsh language.

Most visitors will take pleasures in the beauty of its scenery of coastal views and the glints of sands along their beaches. One can have the delight of having somewhat the feeling of privacy in a secluded spot as Anglesey is not at all overcrowded, owing to its small population.

The interior parts of Anglesey have dedicated much of its areas to Agriculture. However, the Anglesey inlanders have lately realized the profitability of the tourism industry. With the influx of tourist and travellers, they now have turned to offering suitable accommodations and promoting the natural scenic spots. One of the famous places that Anglesey is known for is a town with its longest name in Britain. It is called, “Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch”. The name was purposely created in the 19th century to attract visitors. The natives however kept it in a short and much readable version, “Llanfairpwll or Llanfair P.G.”