Tonight the Coast & Country team head to Anglesey, exploring the beautiful landscape, views and wildlife the island has to offer.
Ruth visits the South Stack Cliffs Nature Reserve which is a haven for all sorts of birds from puffins to guillemots and the chough.
Meanwhile, Andrew is looking for red squirrels at the Llyn Parc Mawr Community Woodland near Newborough.
In 1997 there were just 40 red squirrels left on the whole of Anglesey. Since then the Red Squirrel Trust has worked with local volunteers to prevent them from being completely wiped out.
Today the red squirrels are thriving with numbers at around 700.
We head into the water with Sian Sykes on her paddleboard to explore the stunning views of Menai Bridge and the Anglesey coastline.
Rob Shelley is meeting the Anglesey photographers who are sharing their photos of the island with the world.
The 'Images of Anglesey' Facebook group boasts over 17,000 members from across the globe, all with a shared love of Ynys Môn.
Join us for tonight's Anglesey special, at 8pm on ITV Cymru Wales