Off the beaten track, sacred spaces on Ynys Môn (Anglesey)

We are following the latest Covid19 guidelines, which can vary across the UK with local restrictions in some areas. Please do contact and keep in touch with your Experience host to check how these may affect your trip. 

  • Cycling quiet rural lanes in the heart of Anglesey

  • Visiting remote rural churches

  • Hearing about history at first hand, from an enthusiastic expert

Llannerch y Medd, Anglesey, LL71 7AE


Our start time is 10.30am and the tour lasts approximately 6 hours


Suggested dates:

Thursday 26 August
Thursday 23 September
Thursday 7 October

Arrangements can be made for groups at different times.


£78.75 per person

A proper Welsh lunch is included. A donation is made to each church visited. 

Who can come

Minimum age is 16 years old, maximum group size is 16 (set by British Cycling)

Group size

5-10 10-25

Explore the heart of rural Anglesey on this leisurely guided bike tour, with magnificent seascapes, beautiful sacred spaces, hedgerow wildflowers and Snowdonia for a backdrop.

Starting from what was once our largest market town, we seek out some of the island’s tiniest rural churches, down leafy lanes and byways off the beaten track. A proper Welsh lunch is included.

Can you spot the devil’s face in the church wall? Discover why an ancient King of Britain took refuge on Anglesey, how the first convert to Islam in the House of Lords supported our rural churches, then dive into the 18th century through the eyes of a diarist.

This magical island, home of the druids, is steeped in spirituality, history and archaeology and a day’s tour in the expert hands of Green Lane Bike Tours is an experience not to be missed.

This tour is exclusive to ExploreChurches.


Additional details

This tour is organised and managed by Green Lane Bike Tours Ltd.

We meet at the village of Llannerch y Medd on the Isle of Anglesey to cycle a circular route, visiting churches and a standing stone along the way. We will cycle around 20 miles at a leisurely pace, with a height gain of 870 feet. A proper Welsh lunch is included.

If you bring your own bike, please bring a helmet, a basic repair kit and preferably a spare inner tube. You should also ensure that your bike is in good working order.

If you don't have your own bike, you can hire bikes (or an electric bike) through us at an additional cost. These must be booked in advance so please discuss with us.

Bring layers appropriate for the weather, and shoes suitable for cycling (more information on our website).

Minimum age is 16 years. Participants must be able to cycle on the road and in a group. There is also a walk of around a mile across uneven rocky beach surface.

Our start time is 10.30am and the tour lasts approximately 6 hours.

Facilities & refreshments

Toilets are available at start, lunchtime and the end.

A proper Welsh lunch from Caffi Mechell Llanfechell is included, please inform us of any dietary requirements. Tea / coffee at beginning and end of the day at a local cafe for an additional cost.

There is free off road parking (for car or minibus) at the start and end point.


This tour involves periods of walking or long flights of steps. This tour is not suitable for wheelchair users due to steps at the churches. Please contact us for details.


Contact your host

Name: Green Lane Bike Tours Ltd

07940 966879