The beautiful Bull Bay found in the northern peak of the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales (not the one in Jamaica!) is a haven away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. As the most northern village in Wales the bay offers spectacular views across the Irish Sea and on a clear day, you can see as far as the Isle of Man. Many people visit Bull Bay each year for its glorious coastline, with rocky outcrops, sandy coves and calm waters, perfect for the entire family. History also abounds here, with pre-historic burial grounds and 17th century copper mines nearby. For nature lovers there is the Cemlyn Nature Reserve situated nearby and is a home to hundreds of terns, oystercatchers and ringed plovers, not to mention seals, brown hares, stoats, weasels, and different species of colourful butterflies. The Anglesey Coastal Path also worms its way up this part of the Isle, passing within yards of Bull Bay's Golf Club, an 18-hole golf course which gives a warm welcome to visitors and invites them to its Open Competitions (2009). Finding accommodation in and around Bull Bay isn't difficult, with the amount of hotels, such as the Woburn Hill Hotel nearby, and plenty of self-catering cottages offering a comfortable night's stay.