Anglesey is an island just off the north west coast of Wales and joined to the mainland my the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge. Predominately Welsh-speaking, Anglesey has an area of 276 square miles making it the largest Welsh Island and the entire rural coast line has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Holyhead is the centre of the remaining major industries and the area is home to a range of smaller business based in the local industrial parks. Much of Anglesey is grazing land with a large population of sheep and cattle and most of the employment opportunities are linked to agriculture and tourism.
Leisure facilities are predominately water-based and include sailing, angling, cycling, walking wind surfing and jet skiing. There are 50 primary schools on Anglesey and five secondary schools. Anglesey is linked to the mainland via the A55 from Holyhead to Chester and the A5 leads to Bangor and then St Albans across the Menai Bridge. 6 railway stations offer services to London Euston, Chester, Manchester Piccadilly, Birmingham New Street and Cardiff Central. Anglesey Airport offers regular flights to Cardiff International Airport and from there to locations worldwide. Holyhead is also a busy ferry port to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire in Ireland.
Property on Anglesey ranges from town centre houses of all sizes to the more established rural cottages available on the Ireland.