It has approximately 400 steps which lead down to the lighthouse but sometimes the walkway across to visit the lighthouse is closed.
It is an excellent plaice presenting a fantastic day out for all kinds of soles, particularly families with groupers of children.
It offers plenty of tanks of various fish and marine life found around the coast of Anglesey although the playground is a bit of a red herring.
You can also get a mean plate of fish and chips from the Lighthouse Bistro, just don’t be a pollock and forget your credit card!
Anglesey has so much to offer, whether you want long coastal walks, cosy pubs, leisure centres, mussel picking or kite-surfing, it caters to all tastes so the bottom line is that you can never be short of Anglesey things to do in.
We’ve attempted to compile a basic list of the Anglesey highlights and in due course we’ll start categorising these to make searching easier.
Highlights include the Anglesey Sea Zoo, Rhosneigr beach, the sand dunes at Aberffraw, Red Wharf Bay, Beaumaris and the White Eagle Pub in Rhoscolyn.
Just in case you were wondering there is also a Mcdonalds in Holyhead.
The staff are a tiny bit crabby at times but certainly not sharks .
Last time we went there was a band playing but they were slightly out of tuna…