Depends what you're looking for, I really enjoy the small lanes of the top half of Anglesey. They feel like little cycle tracks as they have so little traffic, and the occasional rise allows for lovely views. Going to each corner of the Island is a nice challenge, Point Lynas/Llaneilian, Traeth Cymyran, South Stack, Penmon. Also there are some cool coastal bits to see, Porth Cwyfan (church in the sea) and Porth Swtan (Church bay) are nice points of interests.
You can make many circular routes of varying lengths and gradients on minor roads/lanes with hardly any traffic - just need an OS map to plan it. Have cycled most of the minor (yellow) roads on the island and they are all good. Just avoid the main roads and strong westerly winds ! At the moment it's hedge cutting time and high puncture risk. Take a poly bag if you like blackberries -a huge crop !.
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