Visited on a sunny August morning, a couple of car parks, the smaller first car park gives you the chance to walk across the cliff path to the RSPB visitor centre, here good information about the wildlife around at that time, unfortunately by late August the puffins have gone out to sea, but saw choughs for the first time. From here you can walk up the cliff for some really terrific views and perhaps climb Holyhead Mountain or head down to the lighthouse, we went back to the shop and cafe along the road where we had an ice cream on the benches outside with the best views on Anglesey! You only pay if you want to go to the lighthouse, but the best views must be from the clifftops.
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