Anglesey’s Historic Interior

Surveying a view of Llyn Alaw reservoir during Anglesey's Historic Interior Guided Bike Tour
Exploring Anglesey on a Guided Bike Tour.

🚴‍♀️ 20 miles / 32 km
🌄 870′ / 265 m
🥪 Cafe open on Wednesdays not Saturdays


Join us for a guided day-long bike ride for a glimpse at Anglesey’s history and prehistory and to enjoy spectacular views towards Snowdonia.

Cycling along some very rural lanes and quiet roads, we will come across tiny churches, with some fascinating tales to tell, and see one of Anglesey largest standing stones. We may catch some wildlife and will enjoy spectacular views towards Snowdonia and the port of Holyhead.

Now a quiet village, our start and finish point, Llannerch-y-Medd, was once the bustling commercial hub at the centre of the Island.

Meet us at the village’s old railway station and cycle towards Llanfechell.

We have strange tales to tell…

Let us tell you about King Pabo, the ‘pillar’ of Britain, and about the devil, who sorts the good from the bad among the congregation. We are indebted to an eighteenth-century squire for recording daily life in rural Anglesey and will share his thoughts with you.

This guided bike tour is some 21 miles with 800 foot height gain.

We have a café at the beginning and end, and we stop for lunch at a lovely community Cafe in Llanfechell.

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