Rediscover Anglesey Safely

COVID-19 advice for visitors

Enjoy your visit in a SAFE and RESPONSIBLE way

  • if your favourite area looks busy come back when its quieter and safer to do so
  • visit beaches and parks responsibly – listen to wardens and the RNLI
  • keep to footpaths and bridleways
  • park responsibly - use our car parks and not private land
  • respect the weather and tide – check before leaving
  • book and check in advance to ensure that your chosen facilities are open
  • take your rubbish home
  • Protect yourself and our island – follow all signage and guidelines
  • social distancing and hand washing – it’s there for your safety

And remember, the guidelines in Wales are different. For more information go to

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Changes to the regulations will see that from Saturday the 27th of March, self-contained tourist/holiday accommodation will be able to re-open.

Hotels and accommodation can provide rooms with en-suite facilities only.  Room sharing is limited to the same household or support bubble only. Restaurants, bars and eating areas are not permitted to be open and any food & drink must be provided on a room service basis (if applicable).

Cottages and other similar accommodation will only be able to accommodate guests from the same household.

As the “stay local” rule is replaced by an interim all-Wales travel area, accommodation in Wales will only be primarily available for people residing in Wales, and businesses should not be taking holiday bookings from people who live outside Wales.

However, for the next 2 weeks, only those with a reasonable excuse, such as work, will be able to travel into or out of Wales.  Should any accommodation provider wish to provide accommodation to key/critical workers from outside Wales for the next 2 weeks, they will still need to apply to the Council for an exemption certificate and provide the necessary evidence and documentation. Apply for an exemption here 

For more information see: