You could take the train to Bangor or Llanfairpwlgwyngyll, or you could drive. Moelfre is only about 5 minutes from the A5025.
This quiet area boasts beautiful beaches, often with only a few people in view.
In town, visit the bakery or one of the village's pubs. Gift shops offer unique souvenirs.
Or you may choose to join the other tourists who come to visit the Royal National Lifeboat Institution station, which is open most days of the year. The lifeboat station reminds visitors of Moelfre's nautical past -- a past that includes sea battles and sunken ships. Even today, during a storm, ships take refuge in the harbor.
If bird-watching interests you, you'll enjoy the coromorants, shags, great black backed gulls, herring gulls, oystercatchers, redshanks, terns, robins, blue tits, chaffinch, barn owls, house martins, kestrels, and others.
Bottle-nosed dolphins and seals play in the local water while butterflies cover the countryside.
Moelfre means bare hill. And it does rise above the sea on a hillock. But it has become much more than a bare hill. It has become a Welsh treasure.