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St Peulan

St Peulan

Church open daily.

Llanbeulan, Anglesey | LL63 5UR

St Peulan is medieval in origin, and stands in isolation at the end of its raised, grassed, causeway, which turns off the road signposted to Dolbaen.

St Mary

St Mary

Church open daily.

Tal y Llyn, Anglesey | LL63 5TQ

Tal y llyn sits in a huge churchyard which throws into relief its diminutive scale.

St Maelog

St Maelog

Open during daylight hours.

Llanfaelog, Anglesey | LL64 5JX

Dedicated to St Maelog, a Celtic saint who settled in Anglesey about 1450 years ago.

St Afran, St Ieuan & St Sannen

St Afran, St Ieuan & St Sannen

Church open daily.

Llantrisant, Anglesey | LL65 4AP

The old church of Llantrisant, now accessible only on foot, was supplanted by a new Victorian church a mile to the east in 1899.

St Figael

St Figael

Church open daily.

Llanfigael, Anglesey | LL65 4DB

Externally this church looks almost like a barn but once inside you will find a complete late Georgian interior, made even more so by our recent reintroduction of new timber windows.

St Cadwaladr

St Cadwaladr

Open 10am to 4pm.

Llangadwaladr, Anglesey | LL62 5LB

Best known as the burial place of King Cadfan of Gwynedd, who died around 625 AD, shortly after the church was established.

St Beuno

St Beuno

Open daily.

Aberffraw, Anglesey | LL63 5EJ

A 12th century parish church, St Beuno's may have been used as a royal chapel during the early Middle Ages, as the princes of Gwynedd had a court in Aberffraw.

St Cwyfan

St Cwyfan

Open by special arrangement only.

Llangwyfan, Anglesey | LL63 5YR

It may seem an odd and perilous place to build a church, but St Cwyfan's originally stood at the end of a peninsula between two bays, as shown on John Speed's map of Anglesey from 1636.

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