Wilderness Wales



Anglesey is the large island at the northern end of Wales. It's fairly flat on the whole, mostly farmland with no hills of any consequence. In fact, there are no hills in any lists here. However, it does have another claim to fame, namely coastline. There are many miles of coast to explore, most of which is now designated as an Area of Outstanding Beauty, but not all. For Example the coastline next to the Menai Straits is not included, as well as a few other sections. The cliffs are not high so they don't compare with Pembrokeshire. The highest part of Anglesey is Holyhead, an island within an island, which contains a the highest hill and some dramatic craggy coastline.