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*While there is a skeleton '''bus''' service, this is not regular (most services are hourly at best, and nonexistent on Sunday or in the evenings), and has a reputation as unreliable. Partly as a result of this there are many local taxi services.
 
*While there is a skeleton '''bus''' service, this is not regular (most services are hourly at best, and nonexistent on Sunday or in the evenings), and has a reputation as unreliable. Partly as a result of this there are many local taxi services.
 
*Anglesey Coastal Path . Fairly easy walking around this island off the northwest corner of Wales, with diverse coastal scenery which is 95% within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and many attractive villages.
 
*Anglesey Coastal Path . Fairly easy walking around this island off the northwest corner of Wales, with diverse coastal scenery which is 95% within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and many attractive villages.
* Driving around Anglesey is for the most part quite easy. The A55 dual-carriageway runs through the middle of the island (from Holyhead to Brittannia Bridge) , with the A5 mostly parallel with it (Holyhead to Menai Bridge). If you are venturing on country roads, however, take caution as they can be narrow, winding, and you'll usually come across a tractor, dog walker or even some sheep that you'd rather avoid hitting!
 
* The main train line goes from Bangor to Llanfairpwll, Bodorgan, Ty Croes, Rhosneigr, Valley and Holyhead. A lot of these stops (particularly the middle three) are sometimes request stops only, and other times the train doesn't stop there at all, so be prepared to plan your travels from Holyhead!
 
  
 
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