Situated along the beautiful coast of Anglesey, Point Lynas is an active light house built in the 17th century. The lighthouse consists of a lighthouse tower, the head keepers house and two keeper’s cottage. All of this is contained within a high castellated wall that can only be accessed through a stone arched gateway.
Off the shore of Point Lynas, an array of marine mammals can be seen with the most common being the resident Harbour Porpoises. You can also see dolphins and porpoises feeding alongside Gannets in a spectacular frenzy. Upon parking, it is a pleasant 10-minute walk through fields of grazing horses to reach the area for viewing.
Things to do:
Stay at the Cottage:
If you’re visiting for a few days then you could settle down at the cottages at Point Lynas. The service at the cottages is remarkable. The great view and serene feel of the see is a definite plus point.
Point Lynas is a great site for some unique marine wildlife. Rare seabirds, porpoises and dolphins are also lurking in the sea.
There are some great trails in the surrounding areas of the lighthouse. Go for walks whenever you want.
There is a lot to do in the surrounding areas. These activities include bird watching, fishing, scuba diving, kayaking, car and bike racing, visiting historic buildings and castles and much more.
How to Get Here:
Following the A5025, you will reach an area with a building called Anglesey Mowers, immediately after, turn right where signs direct you to Point Lynas.
Point Lynas Lighthouse, Amlwch, LL68 9LT