Explore the heart of rural Anglesey on this leisurely guided bike tour, with magnificent seascapes, beautiful sacred spaces, hedgerow wildflowers and Snowdonia for a backdrop. Starting from what was once its largest market town, we seek out some of the island’s tiniest rural churches, down leafy lanes and byways off the beaten track.
Can you spot the devil’s face in the church wall? Discover why an ancient King of Britain took refuge on Anglesey, how the first convert to Islam in the House of Lords supported our rural churches, then dive into the 18th century through the eyes of a diarist.
This magical island, home of the druids, is steeped in spirituality, history and archaeology and a day’s tour in the expert hands of Green Lane Bike Tours is an experience not to be missed.
Distance : c20 miles
Pace : leisurely
A proper Welsh lunch included
Cost : approx £60 per person (plus bike hire if required)
Bike and electric bike hire available
Dates : TBC
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About Green Lane Bike Tours
Set up and run by Eli Elis-Williams, experienced cycle tour leader, history buff and Welsh speaker, Green Lane Bike Tours (https://www.greenlanebiketours.co.uk/) have a unique offer, with tours taking a holistic view of spirituality, from local flora and fauna, standing stones and ancient ruins, to discovering Anglesey’s medieval past and an insight into how the community live today, they deliver a full package day to remember on an ancient Isle like no other. We make a generous donation to each church we visit to help with their upkeep. Eli can also help you pronounce all the Welsh place names and teach you a few helpful Welsh phrases for your holiday!