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Aberffraw Destination Guide

Touring Aberffraw in United Kingdom

Aberffraw in the region of Wales is a city located in United Kingdom - some 217 mi or ( 349 km ) North-West of London , the country's capital city .

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Time in Aberffraw is now 08:54 PM (Friday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/London " with a UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Valley, Sheffield, Ruthin, Oxford, and Newborough. Being here already, consider visiting Valley . We collected some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Check out our recomendations for Aberffraw ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Anglesey magic 2007

5:38 min by yrag1958
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3 days cruising round the Island of Anglesey easter 07 ..

Travelodge Crap Breakfast

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£5 for a biscuit, tea bag, spoon full of cereal, and a little pot of UHT milk! ..

Dragon Rally 2009

9:10 min by RichardNL1962
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An impression of our one week trip from the Netherlands to the 2009 Dragon Rally in North Wales. ..

Llanddwyn Island, near Newborough Warren, Anglesey, Wales

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Llanddwyn Island, off Anglesey, North Wales, is named after the Welsh patron saint of lovers, Dwynwen. It's a beautiful place for walks: this video shows the walk through Newborough Forest, along the ..

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Interesting facts about this location


Aberffraw is a small village and community on the south west coast of the Isle of Anglesey, in Wales, by the west bank of the River Ffraw, at grid reference SH354693. The UK postcode begins LL63. Access by road is by way of the A4080 and the nearest rail station is Bodorgan. In the early Middle Ages Aberffraw was the capital of the Kingdom of Gwynedd from c.860 AD until c.1170. Under the eponymous Aberffraw Dynasty it came to be the most important political centre in medieval Wales.

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Located at 53.19 -4.46 (Lat./Long.); Less than 0 km away
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Cribinau is a small tidal island off the south west coast of the isle of Anglesey in Wales between Porth China and Porth Cwyfan. The nearest village is Aberffraw. The island, which can be reached on foot at low tide, is notable for the 13th-century church of St Cwyfan, known locally as eglwys bach y mor (the little church in the sea) or simply as Cwyfan. The church remains in use and is popular for weddings and christenings.

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Located at 53.18 -4.49 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
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Anglesey Circuit

The Anglesey Circuit, or Trac Môn in Welsh is a motor racing circuit located in Aberffraw, Anglesey, Wales. It plays host to a variety of motorsport events, including rallycross. It opened as a fully licensed MSA and ACU championship racing circuit in 1997.

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Located at 53.19 -4.50 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
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Barclodiad y Gawres

Barclodiad y Gawres (Welsh for 'apronful of the giantess') is a Neolithic burial chamber on the coast of the island of Anglesey in North Wales. It is an example of a cruciform passage grave, a notable feature being its decorated stones. Similar graves and marks exist across the Irish Sea in the Boyne Valley. Full excavations were performed in 1952–1953, after which the chamber was re-roofed with concrete and covered with turf to resemble the original structure.

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Located at 53.21 -4.50 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
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Bodorgan railway station

Bodorgan railway station serves the hamlet of Bodorgan and the village of Bethel on the Isle of Anglesey, Wales. The stop is an unmanned halt, and serves as a request stop for Chester and Holyhead-bound local trains along the North Wales coast. The station, which was originally to be called Trefdraeth, was opened in October 1849 and had a small signal box a small goods yard and a water tower. The goods yard closed in December 1964 but the station masters house remains.

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Located at 53.20 -4.42 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
Tags: Bodorgan, DfT Category F2 stations, Former London and North Western Railway stations, Railway request stops in Great Britain, Railway stations in Anglesey, Railway stations opened in 1849, Railway stations served by Arriva Trains Wales