Visit the beautiful town of Holyhead, with its marine yard and historic port. Look out for local wildlife at Penrhos Coastal Park or Breakwater Country Park, one of the most beautiful spots in the town. Holyhead also numbers a maritime museum, beaches and sailing opportunities amongst its attractions.
Caer Gybi Roman Fort, overlooks the harbour in Holyhead. It is thought to be a late Roman Fort and naval base used to defend the Island from marauding pirates in the Irish Sea. Today the remains of the walls of the Roman Fort butt up to the walls of St Cybi's Church and form a peaceful area within the town.
A great idea for a day out, entry to this destination is free!
Step back in time at the oldest lifeboat station in Wales, which houses a wonderful collection of exhibits that tells the fascinating maritime history of Holyhead. A part of the museum's complex is the permanent exhibition "Holyhead at War" housed in a Second World War air raid shelter situated alongside the Maritime Museum.
The Ucheldre Centre is one of the leading arts centres in the country. The diverse programming brings together performers and artists of international standing to bring high-quality arts to Anglesey, and community events nurture the creativity of local people.
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