well worth a visit to see the birds and views of the lighthouse. followed by a well deserved visit tot he well stocked cafe!
Came to this reserve and found that entry was free. Not too much of a walk down to the outpose where there was helpful and informative staff and binoculars to 'borrow' to view the outlying land. Willdefinitely return next year earlier on in the season to see the puffins, which sadly are now back out at sea.
If you love nature and great scenery this is great. Great big cliffs, wild seas outdoors. Walk down to the lighthouse is ace if you can manage 1200 return steps.
Visited early evening when the visitor centre was shut and still loved it! Lovely part of the Anglesey coastline (which part isn't?), nice view of lighthouse and birds on cliffs. Will return one day for the full experience.
Elin's Tower at South Stack, Holyhead, can be reached by parking in the first car park you come to at South Stack (on the left hand side). Park your car and then talk the path at the middle of the car park through the beautiful carpets of heather. It's a well made gravel path that is very well maintained and... More
Very friendly, helpful staff; excellent full breakfast (served 10-11am). Easiest to get your tickets for the South Stacks Lighthouse Tour here. Visit nearby Ellins Tower for good views and knowledgable RSPB wardens.
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... More
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