Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs)
Within these pages you will find more information about one of the most important landscapes in Wales and the UK.
You will also find information on how we can work together to protect and enhance Anglesey’s landscape.
Some of the main features of the Anglesey AONB are:
- low cliffs alternating with coves and pebble beaches
- sheer limestone cliffs interspersed with fine sandy beaches
- stretches of sand dunes with beaches
The AONB is also home to approximately 7000 people who live in creative and dynamic communities. These communities are also popular holiday destinations for those who wish to relax on the island or participate in the wide range of outdoor activities such as walking the 201km (125 miles) coastal path.
In this section
The Isle of Anglesey’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), has one of the most distinctive, attractive and varied landscapes in the British Isles.
View and download the AONB Management Plan.
The Isle of Anglesey AONB is part of a large family of AONBs in the UK which includes 35 wholly in England, 9 in Northern Ireland, 4 wholly in Wales and 1 which straddles the border between England and Wales.
Welcome to the Swn y Môr online - the magazine for the Isle of Anglesey AONB and Coastal Path.
The administration of the AONB is overseen by the joint advisory committee (JAC).
You can download a full size PDF copy of the Anglesey AONB map and the 12 area maps.
Leaflets and guides to download
The Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) was established in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 2001.
The Isle of Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Team is looking for volunteers to help carry out work to improve its special qualities and outstanding landscape.
Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is setting up a new Young Rangers group, and is looking for young people between the ages of 14 to 18.