Anglesey is the biggest island in the Irish Sea and, as much as it was always recognised as a popular tourist destination, its stock seems to have been rising in recent years. The rugged but sandy beaches are a surfer's paradise and great for anyone with kids, and the island in general is scattered with a range of sights from Neolithic monuments to religious relics and medieval castles. Beaumaris and Holyhead account for a lot of the tourism. The port of Anglesey is a prominent gateway to Ireland for heavy and light cargo so van hire in Anglesey is always popular. You can go about hiring a van from our branch at Anglesey Airport, which is just off the A55.
As a tourist destination in the Irish Sea, Anglesey certainly seems to be on the rise. Coastal destinations such as Lligwy Beach and Rhosneigr Beach are extremely popular with surfers, whereas Holyhead's South Stack Lighthouse and South Stack Cliffs bring a lot of tourists in who admire the rugged scenery. Places like Beaumaris Gaol and Castle further highlight the island's historic past and brooding charm. Holyhead is the island's biggest town, lying at the end of the major road: the A55.
Holyhead is one of the major passageways to Ireland with regular linkups to Dublin and Dún Laoghaire. This makes Anglesey one of Britain's most important thoroughfares to Ireland for all sorts of cargo, so hiring a van in Anglesey is very popular for passengers coming in either direction. The island is dominated by one road, the A5/A55 which leads in and out of the island via crossing points like the Menai Bridge. The A5 runs east towards the likes of Birmingham, whereas the A55 skirts around Colwyn Bay towards Chester and the north.
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