The town of Holyhead is situated at the far north-western tip of the Isle of Anglesey, in north-west Wales. It is the largest town on the island and is also a ferry port serving routes to Ireland.
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Holyhead is generally considered to be the largest town on the Isle of Anglesey. Despite this, it is not technically on the Isle of Anglesey, instead inhabiting its own island, Holy Island. This is joined to Anglesey by a causeway which carries both the A55 and the railway line.
Holyhead has a long history and historic attractions for visitors to Holy Island include a rare Roman three-walled fort (the fourth wall was the sea) and Mynydd y Twr, a prehistoric hill fort that predated Roman occupation. Standing stones and prehistoric burial chambers abound on the island - with more remaining here than most other parts of the UK.
Despite its remote location, Holyhead is a busy ferry port that handles more than 2 million passengers each year. Ferries sail to both Dublin and Dun Laoghaire, maintaining a longstanding historical link between Holy Island and Ireland that is thought to date back thousands of years.
The town of Holyhead is home to more than 11,000 people and this, coupled with the demands of the ferry port, mean that there is a steady requirement for van hire in Holyhead, met by local van rental branches offering vans such as: