Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.Llangefni is a town in east Anglesey in Wales. It is the county town of Anglesey and is in the middle of the island with the coast around in each direction.
The town offers a relaxed, quaint atmosphere where the Welsh language is often spoken. All beaches on Anglesey are accessible within a 20 minute drive.
By carBetween Bangor and Holyhead take exit 6 off the A55 and head a mile or so north.
By busBuses are available from Caernarfon and Bangor and to most parts of the island.
By bicycleThe best way to get around town and the island itself, when not on foot.
By footMost attractions are outside the town, therefore alternative transport is needed.
By carCar services can be called for attractions that cannot be reached by the previous two forms of transportation.
Today, Llangefni offers vacationers shopping, catching a rugby match on one of the T.V.'s in one of the local pubs, go on a golf outing at one of the local courses, as well as just take some time to relax.
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