Anglesey’s largest town and home to one of Wales’ largest ports
Holyhead offers visitors more than just connections between Wales and Ireland. Whether you’re looking for coast or country, Holyhead, with its connections to rest of the Isle of Anglesey, is perfect for those looking to dip their feet in the sea or lace up their walking boots.
- Experience South Stack Lighthouse and head down 365 steps to get breathtaking views of the surrounding cliffs.
- Visit Caer y Twr, an Iron Age hillfort at the summit of Holyhead Mountain with stunning views across Holyhead in all directions.
- See the Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, over 220 square miles of magnificent coast and landscape.
- Penrhos Coastal Park’s 200 acres is perfect for a cycle or walk.
Travel to Holyhead on our First Class service
Our Premier Service between Cardiff and Holyhead starts and ends in Holyhead. Why not spoil yourself a little on your adventure and travel First Class? Our First Class dining service includes classic, seasonal dishes served with charm and warmth.
Travel to Ireland from Holyhead with SailRail
SailRail is a combined train and ferry ticket for journeys from anywhere in Great Britain to anywhere in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.