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The second largest town on Anglesey

Llangefni is a small town (and Anglesey’s County town) which is located in the heart of Anglesey, Llangefni is positioned roughly six miles from Llanfairpwllgwyngyll village where the Britannia Bridge provides a crossing back over to mainland Wales. Llangefni is just under sixteen miles from the busy ferry port town of Holyhead.

The town is easily reached by car as it is in close proximity to both the main A5 road and the North Wales Expressway (A55), once in the town you could probably get away without having to use your car as there a variety of bus routes that connect Llangefni to many of the settlements on Anglesey, there are also regular bus services from the town which travel across to the city of Bangor on mainland Wales.

Cottages & Rental Accommodation in Llangefni Town
Llangefni is the second largest town on Anglesey and as such, it is blessed with a wonderful array of shops, where independent shops intermingle with a number of high street named retailers. The town also hosts twice-weekly markets, these are held on a Thursday and Saturday and known to be the largest markets on Anglesey.

This delightful market town provides a fine selection of eateries including cafes, restaurants, takeaways, bistros and tearooms. There are also a couple of pubs in the town located along the high street.

On the outskirts of the town is Llangefni Golf Course, it offers a 9-hole 'pay & play' family-friendly course, it's also ideal for the seasoned golfer to get a practice round in.

On the Northern edge of the town lies a haven of peace and tranquility called Dingle (Nant y Pandy) Nature Reserve, it's a 40-acre wooded valley which simply abounds in flora and fauna. There is a wooden boardwalk that meanders its way through the reserve (suitable for those with pushchairs and wheelchairs) allowing all visitors to enjoy this beautiful place through the changing seasons. From the end of the boardwalk, walkers are able to continue along a tarmac path to Llyn Cefni a reservoir and local nature reserve.

The Dingle also forms part of the Lôn Las Cefni, a mostly traffic-free 11-mile cycle route that starts from the village of Malltraeth and heads up through Llangefni (and the Dingle) to Cefni Reservoir.

Cefni Reservoir is the second largest body of water on Anglesey, it's not only ideal for a leisurely walk around but the waters here are well-stocked with wild and brown trout which may be fished either from the shore or on the water on a hired boat.

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Llangefni tourist information

The second largest town on Anglesey

Llangefni is a small town (and Anglesey’s County town) which is located in the heart of Anglesey, Llangefni is positioned roughly six miles from Llanfairpwllgwyngyll village where the Britannia Bridge provides a crossing back over to mainland Wales. Llangefni is just under sixteen miles from the busy ferry port town of Holyhead.

The town is easily reached by car as it is in close proximity to both the main A5 road and the North Wales Expressway (A55), once in the town you could probably get away without having to use your car as there a variety of bus routes that connect Llangefni to many of the settlements on Anglesey, there are also regular bus services from the town which travel across to the city of Bangor on mainland Wales.

Cottages & Rental Accommodation in Llangefni Town
Llangefni is the second largest town on Anglesey and as such, it is blessed with a wonderful array of shops, where independent shops intermingle with a number of high street named retailers. The town also hosts twice-weekly markets, these are held on a Thursday and Saturday and known to be the largest markets on Anglesey.

This delightful market town provides a fine selection of eateries including cafes, restaurants, takeaways, bistros and tearooms. There are also a couple of pubs in the town located along the high street.

On the outskirts of the town is Llangefni Golf Course, it offers a 9-hole 'pay & play' family-friendly course, it's also ideal for the seasoned golfer to get a practice round in.

On the Northern edge of the town lies a haven of peace and tranquility called Dingle (Nant y Pandy) Nature Reserve, it's a 40-acre wooded valley which simply abounds in flora and fauna. There is a wooden boardwalk that meanders its way through the reserve (suitable for those with pushchairs and wheelchairs) allowing all visitors to enjoy this beautiful place through the changing seasons. From the end of the boardwalk, walkers are able to continue along a tarmac path to Llyn Cefni a reservoir and local nature reserve.

The Dingle also forms part of the Lôn Las Cefni, a mostly traffic-free 11-mile cycle route that starts from the village of Malltraeth and heads up through Llangefni (and the Dingle) to Cefni Reservoir.

Cefni Reservoir is the second largest body of water on Anglesey, it's not only ideal for a leisurely walk around but the waters here are well-stocked with wild and brown trout which may be fished either from the shore or on the water on a hired boat.

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