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Separated from the mainland of Wales by the mile-wide Menai Suspension Bridge (1818)-the Isle of Anglesey is home to a number of quaint, small fishing villages sprinkled along its more than 100 miles of attractive coastline With its sandy beaches and landmarks such as South Stack Lighthouse, the island’s mild climate makes it popular for day trippers and campers alike.

The smaller Holy Island, linked to Anglesey by bridge, is a popular holiday resort with two promenades (one of them 1.5 miles-long).

Tiny Salt Island offers great views and a chance for some bird watching.

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