Discover Anglesey’s natural heritage.
Information on the work of the Countryside service, including the Isle of Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and the council’s local reserves.
Anglesey’s beautiful and diverse countryside is important as a home for wildlife and a place for people to visit and enjoy. It is also vital to the island’s economy, supporting agricultural, tourism and leisure.
Discover Anglesey’s natural heritage
If you want to find out more about the island’s natural heritage, please see our Visit Anglesey website. Here you’ll find information on Anglesey’s countryside, coast and wildlife, plus details of the best sites. There’s also information on walking, cycling, water sports and riding.
Anglesey County Council’s Countryside Service is responsible for managing its Countryside sites, including the award winning Dingle Local Nature Reserve in Llangefni, and, in partnership, producing and actioning the management plan for the Isle of Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
The service also administers grants from the Sustainable Developnment Fund, which are available for sustainable, innovative and environmental projects within the AONB.
In this section
Information on how we can work together to protect and enhance Anglesey’s landscape.
The Dingle / Nant y Pandy Local Nature reserve is a 10 hectare (25 acre) wooded valley, rich in wildlife and history.
For an enjoyable day out in Anglesey’s beautiful countryside visit the Holyhead Breakwater Country Park. It is situated next to the town and port of Holyhead.
The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path falls within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
More and more people are realising that the quality of our everyday lives is linked to the health of our local natural environment.
An independent review to ensure that Wales’ designated landscapes are equipped to meet current and future challenges.