Self-Guided Tours

Do you want to spend a day cycycling around Anglesey but are unsure where to go or what to see? We have developed six different Anglesey-based self-guided bike tours of varying lengths and difficulty (well, leisurely to very easy!) so that you can spend a pleasant day cycling on Anglesey. All the routes take you… Continue reading Self-Guided Tours

Pedal to Penmon for Pizza

🚴‍♀️ 14.5 miles/ 23 km 🌄 900’/ 274m 🥪 Pizza & hot drink included! As its colder, we’re going to pedal straight to the outstanding location of Penmon Point,on our bike trip, for a peerless Pizza experience at the Pilot House Café! What better on a chilly morning? On this ride, we skirt around the… Continue reading Pedal to Penmon for Pizza

Pedal to Penmon

🚴‍♀️ 14.5 miles/ 23 km🌄 900’/ 274m🥪 Cafe On this ride, we follow a circular route from Beaumaris. We skirt around the back of Beaumaris for an unusual view of Edward I’s fortress, before revealing some of the secrets of this fascinating South East corner of Anglesey, reaching Anglesey’s easternmost tip at Penmon Point. As… Continue reading Pedal to Penmon

Ynys Llanddwyn- Lovers’ Isle

🚴‍♀️ 17 miles / 27 km🌄 200′ / 60 m🥪 Bring a packed lunch, cafe on return This is a leisurely, flat, mainly off-road cycle along a cycle path through one of Wales’ largest lowland wetlands; home to many rare plants, animals and birds, and tracks through Newborough forest- where we may see red squirrels… Continue reading Ynys Llanddwyn- Lovers’ Isle

Prehistoric Holy Island

🚴‍♀️ 14.5 miles / 23 km🌄 850′ / 261 m🥪 Bring a packed lunch This circular cycle route takes us to visit some of Holy Island’s prehistoric sites, from Trearddur Bay. We visit hut circles, standing stones and an amazing trio of burial chambers, there’s plenty to amaze you on this ride! We start by… Continue reading Prehistoric Holy Island

Anglesey’s Historic Interior

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 along quiet roads where we will come across Anglesey’s history and prehistory as well as enjoying the wildlife and spectacular views towards Snowdonia. Llannerch-y-Medd, now a quiet village, was once the… Continue reading Anglesey’s Historic Interior

Prehistoric Anglesey

🚴‍♀️ 14 Miles🌄 Around 850′🥪 Cafe Anglesey, home of the ancient Druids, has more ancient monuments per square mile than any other part of the UK. On this route, we travel through the Neolithic to Romano- British, Iron and Bronze Age archaeological sites, along Anglesey’s longest river, and a significant landscape for the early Celts.… Continue reading Prehistoric Anglesey