Visited last Saturday, first to the RSPB viewing area where we spoke to the ranger who was very helpful and informative especially in directing us to the best spot to see the peregrine nest. Then we spent a great 4 hours just wandering along the cliff edge and down the steps to the lighthouse. We saw puffins (2), choughs, razorbills, guillemots, various gulls, gannets. Out to sea there were seal and dolphins swimming around the headland that the lighthouse is on. Then afterwards it was off to the cafe up by the car park for excellent tea, coffee and cakes. A really brilliant day.
We stayed at the Seacroft Hotel, Trearddur Bay just 15 minutes down the road which I would also recommend
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