Anglesey is the largest island in Wales, Great Britain, and is split from the mainland by the Menai Strait. This historic region is remarked for its exhibition of prehistory, and much of the mainland is utilised extensively for agriculture, although increasing protection of wetland sites serve to preserve the unique ecological interest. A growing tourism industry attributes to the growth of an otherwise stable economy.
The most popular activities on the island include sailing, horseback riding, cycling, walking, wind surfing and jet skiing. Spectacular natural attractions are highlighted by Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens, Feel Farm Park and Pili Palas Natural World. Unique museums and exhibits such as the Holyhead Maritime Museum and St. Tysilio's Church serve as alluring provisions of history and culture. Boat tours, island cruises, and a collection of shopping opportunities make for an excellent tourist destination.
The isle of Anglesey is connected to the mainland by road A55 and an efficient motorway network services the entirety of the island itself. Public transportation is provided by a railway with six primary stations based out of Anglesey including Holyhead, Valley, Rhosneigr, Ty Croes, Bodorgan and Llanfairpwll. Anglesey also boasts one airport and a ferry port as well.
Anglesey is highly renowned for its extensive containment of ecological diversity and sustainable conservation practices. The island is home to the Pentraeth and Newborough, two species of red squirrels found exclusively on Anglesey.