Took a drive here in the early evening as the sea fret was coming in. Nothing more to say other than it was a silent, serene and gorheous place to take 5 amd relax to the sound of unseen seabirds!
About South Stack Lighthouse
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The place is located at very much end of the north wales . When we visited this place entry was not available to the lighthouse, but you can still view this place from the tourist spot created near by . The lighthouse and natural surrounding...More
Fantastic views of the lighthouse and cliffs from South stack. RSPB shop, cafe and toilets at main car park with play equipment for children. Further up road , steps lead down to lighthouse with more great views and possibilities for birding but none seen today...More
Lots of hiking trails in the area with breathtaking scenery, view Holyhead mountain for a really good view of the area. Port of Holyhead is the place to catch the ferry to Dublin where the Guinness boat comes from.
this place is well worth the visit if your on th island , the veiws are amazing , there is a cafe there and toliets if the weather is nice you can eat outside and enjoy the views the food from the cafe is nice...More
This place is well worth a visit. Especially if you are into birds. The views are amazing. The only down side for me was getting down the steps, them being very steep. But even without going down to the lighthouse you are able to see...More
The commitment and industry of the people who built, operated and maintained (and continue to look after) the lighthouse are emphasised by the dramatic location and its range of wildlife. We were lucky to see it on a still, clear and mild October day. A...More