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The Weather in Holyhead
Above is a climate diagram for Holyhead. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 4° in Holyhead in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Watch the sunset on the edge of the world at Holyhead holiday cottages
Holyhead accommodations position you on some of Britain's most impressive coastline, not far from the Snowdon mountain range. Coastal walks, watersports, and thrilling attractions are yours to discover.
Views and vistas
Visit Caernarfon Airport's Airworld Aviation Museum for an overview of the area's longstanding involvement in aviation. Views of the Snowdon mountain escarpment and stunning beaches are the backdrop to this interactive exhibition. Climb into the cockpits of your favourite aircraft.
Venture to South Stack Lighthouse for some of the best views and photo opportunities at the nearby rock formation. The picture-perfect lighthouse is more than a century old.
Magic and marine life
Bring your family to Gypsy Wood and explore twenty acres of woodland beneath Mount Snowdon. Search for the fairies and animals that live here, and jump about in the adventure play areas. You can also hop aboard Woody's Train, which whisks you to other exciting attractions at this stunning outdoor park.
At Anglesey Sea Zoo, you can watch ethereal jellyfish pulse in the water, and octopuses manoeuvre through small spaces. Devoted to the marine life that teems of the coasts of Britain, this unique centre lets you see seahorses, eels, and cat sharks up close at feeding displays and workshops.
Beaches and boats
Puffins, razorbills, and kittiwakes flutter over the scenic sand of Porth Dafarch Beach. Anglesey's coastal path stretches out to Ty Mawr and South Stack, a miniature island complete with its own lighthouse. Whereas the beach is a favourite among dinghy sailors and kayakers, its rocky coast makes it treacherous to swim here.
Spectacular walks along the coast are yours to enjoy at Breakwater Country Park, which overlooks Holyhead Breakwater, Britain's longest. Ascend Holyhead Mountain for resplendent views, or come to the Model Boat Club and sail about on the park's pond.
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