Getting to GeoMôn UNESCO Global Geopark
Anglesey is very easy to reach :
Eastern Airways operates return flights between Cardiff and Anglesey twice daily. View timetable
Mainline trains run from all over the UK via Chester then along the scenic North Wales coast via Llandudno junction and Bangor, you get great views of Anglesey after you leave Conwy . They cross the Menai Strait on Stephenson’s magnificent Britannia Bridge, constructed from Carboniferous limestone quarried at Penmon. Express trains stop only at Bangor and Holyhead but local trains stop at several stations, including Llanfair PG, Bodorgan, Ty Croes, Rhosneigr, Valley – view rail details and timetables.
Buses run from Bangor across Telford’s Menai Bridge, again constructed from Carboniferous limestone quarried at Penmon to Porth Aethwy (Menai Bridge town); there is a network of local buses on Anglesey – view bus details and timetables.
National Express coaches from many locations across the UK drop off and pick up at the ferry terminal in Holyhead.
Take the scenic route through Snowdonia via the A5 [built as the main highway from London to the Irish ferry crossing at Holyhead] from the English border, or the A55 dual carriageway along the north coast from near Chester, both roads meet just outside Bangor and give two options to cross the Menai Strait, the original road crossing on Menai Bridge or the upper deck of the Britannia Bridge constructed after the disastrous fire destroyed Stephenson’s tubular railway bridge.
The National Cycle Network Route 5 runs right along the North Wales coast, crosses the iconic Menai Bridge and runs across the middle of Anglesey to Holyhead. Route 8There are several cycle routes around Anglesey including Lon Las Copr which visits several GeoMôn sites and has GeoMôn information on its boards.