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Moelfre is a small village on the east coast of Anglesey close to a collection of ancient sites, mostly Iron Age. It was a fishing village but the coast here is hazardous in nor'easterly weather, and there have been many shipwrecks.

Get in[edit]

Take the A5108 north of Benllech on the A5025 toward Amlwch

The 51 bus from Llangefni to Benllech.

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Din Lligwy. three separate historical sites from different ages: Neolithic, Roman, Medieval. Din Lligwy (Q3405175) on Wikidata Din Lligwy on Wikipedia
  • 2 RNLI Moelfre Lifeboat Station.
  • 3 Ynys Moelfre (Moelfre Island). Just of the coast. Place to sea birds, and seals and porpoises. Ynys Moelfre (Q3397136) on Wikidata Ynys Moelfre on Wikipedia







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