RHOSNEIGR, ANGLESEY AND BEYOND
Rhosneigr village is 3 miles away and hosts a range of coffee shops, ice cream and restaurants plus gift shops and a Fat Face.
It also has a number of fantastic sandy beaches, including Town and Broad Beach, which are some of the best surfing beaches around. If you haven't brought your board with you, Gecko Surf (http://www.geckosurf.co.uk/) has lessons and hire equipment available.
The hills, mountains and lakes of Snowdonia are just a short drive away.
If you like activity, as well as walking or running in the hills, valleys and mountains there are plenty of other adrenalin fuelled activities to try out. Take a look at Zip World (https://www.zipworld.co.uk/) for numerous adventures from the longest in Europe and fastest in the world zip wire, journeying underground or high level action in the forrest.
If your preference is more of the two wheel variety, Snowdonia has some fantastic routes, whether on the road or off. Betws-y-Coed is a mecca for mountain biking and if you haven't brought your own, you can hire one from Beics Bikes (http://bikewales.co.uk/).
Alternatively, sit back and watch the scenery go by, taking the train to the top of Snowdon, Wales highest mountain (https://www.snowdonrailway.co.uk/) or riding the steam train between Caernarfon, Porthmadog or Blaenau Ffestiniog (http://www.festrail.co.uk/).
Being an island, Anglesey is surrounded by stunning coastline, most of which is accessible for walking or just enjoying the view.
The Anglesey Coastal Path (http://www.anglesey.gov.uk/transport-and-roads/public-rights-of-way/isle-of-anglesey-coastal-path/) is 125 miles long and falls within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which covers 95% of the Anglesey coast.
With fast tides, sheltered bays, stunning scenery and abundant wildlife, there is plenty to explore from on or in the water too. Sea kayaking, surfing, SUP (stand up paddle boarding), kite surfing, wind surfing, sailing, coasteering and diving are all available to try on Anglesey.