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Llanfaethlu Attractions Black Lion - The Black Lion is a public house, (closed when I visited in 2009) close to Capel Soar on the A5025 in the north of Anglesey, North Wales. Close b Capel Soar - Capel Soar is located on the A5025 in the north of Anglesey, North Wales. The Baptist chapel was built in 1903, and is the third chapel on the site. W Llanfaethlu (Soar) Standing Stone - The Llanfaethlu standing stone is a large stone standing adjacent to the A5025 road in Soar close to the village of Llanfaethlu, North West Anglesey. Anglesey Coastal Path- Porth Trwyn (Llanfaethlu) to Cemaes - From Porth Trwyn it is a short walk to Porth Crugmor or Cable Bay, and then on around a headland to Porth Swtan or Church Bay.

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Porth Trwyn Beach - Porth Trwyn Beach is located near Llanfaethlu, north west Anglesey. The sandy beach is backed by dunes and has excellent MCS recommended waters. Walks Llanrhuddlad Bethel-hen Calvinistic Methodist Chapel - Why should the tiny village of Llanrhuddlad (sometimes Llanrhyddlad) on the north of Anglesey build a cathedral when all about were building sheds, Church Bay - Church Bay beach is located between Carmel Head and Holy Island on the North West of Anglesey, North Wales. Church Bay is so called because of the nea Porth Tywyn Mawr - Porth Tywyn Mawr has many metres of sand backed by dunes, and with MCS recommended waters, is a popular place for watersports. Windsurfing, sea canoei Llynnon Mill - Llynnon Mill, the only working windmill in Wales, is an agricultural museum producing stoneground wholemeal flour using organic wheat. A prehistoric s Mynydd y Garn - Mynydd y Garn (170m) is a hill in the North West of the Island of Anglesey, North Wales. It sits between the village of Llanfairynghornwy and Porth Sw Tregwehelydd Standing Stone - A restored and re-erected monolith that stands on a low rise close to the river Alaw. The stone, which had shattered into three fragments, is 2.6m hig Anglesey Cycle Path- Nico Circular Cycle Route - This circular Anglesey cycle route is named nico after the Welsh for ‘gold finch’, a colourful bird found in the hedgerows. Start/finish: Llyn Ala St Rhwydrys Church - Llanrhwydrys (St Rhwydrys) Church is part of the diocese of Bangor and the deanery of Llifon and Talybolion. It is situated on the north-western c Carmel Head - Carmel Head is on the northernmost corner in the west of Anglesey, near to Trwyn Cemlyn. Surrounding the point are the offshore islands of the Skerrie Cemlyn Beach - Cemlyn sits in between Cemaes and Llanrhyddlad on the northern coast of the Isle of Anglesey. The shingle beach has excellent MCS recommended waters, George Inn - Public house in Bodedern, Anglesey. Presaddfed Burial Chamber - The Presaddfed Burial Chamber lies to the east of Bodedern and to the north of Bryngwran. The chamber is probably the remains of two separate chamber Llanfechell Stones - The Llanfechell Standing Stones are located 600m north west of the centre of Llanfechell, in the North of Anglesey, North Wales. The three stones Cefn Glass - Public house in Llanfechell, near Cemaes in north Anglesey. Llanfechell War Memorial - Llanfechell War Memorial stands proudly in the village square Llanfechell, Anglesey, North Wales. It is a fine memorial to those who lost their lives Llanfechell Church - Llanfechell Church stands in the village of Llanfechell, near the town of Cemaes in Anglesey. Built in the 12th century, much of the church was ch Cemlyn Bay - Cemlyn Bay is an inlet of the Irish sea located between Cemaes Bay and Carmel Head on the northwest coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The bay is de Stena Line Ferries - Stena Line is an international transport and travel service company and one of the world's largest ferry operators. We are leaders in all our markets Holyhead Breakwater - Holyhead Breakwater is located on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. It lies due east of Holyhead Mountain, and shields the harbour and port of Ho South Quay Shellfish Holyhead - Locally caught shellfish. | Opening times: 8.30am-5.00pm, Monday to Friday Cemlyn Point - Cemlun Point (Welsh: Trwyn Cemlyn) near Cemlyn in north Anglesey, is a favourite place for walkers and local residents. The Anglesey Coastal Pat Penrhos Coastal Park - Penrhos Coastal Park is located south east of Holyhead in Anglesey, North Wales. The park attracts a variety of seabirds, wildfowl and waders. Woodla Anglesey Charter Fishing - We are a family run Charter fishing company, running two boats out of Holyhead Marina, called BAD BOYZ and BAD LADZ. We run trips varying from 4 to 1 Holyhead Harbour and Port - The Port and harbour of Holyhead is located on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. It lies in a well-protected position due east of Holyhead Mounta Go Sea Fishing - Hello and welcome to GO SEA FISHING. We are based at Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Spindrift is a fast Bullet 38 with access to excellent f Newry Beach - This rocky beach is situated in Holyhead, Anglesey, North Wales. It is surrounded by the breakwater on Holyhead harbour. The beach is popular for Wylfa Power Station Visitor Centre - Opening in 1971, the Wylfa Power Station now provides nuclear energy for 2 large cities such as Manchester and Liverpool. The Visitors Centre at Wylf Harbourfront Bistro - A small Cosy Bistro situated right on the water on Newry Beach and overlooking Holyhead harbour and the Breakwater. Serving Fresh local seafood and me Holyhead Maritime Museum - The museum is a fascinating experience for the whole family. Step back in time at the oldest lifeboat station in Wales (circa. 1858), which houses a w Anglesey Coastal Path- Holyhead to Porth Trwyn (Llanfaethlu) - Leave St Cyby’s Church in a southerly direction and follow the pedestrianised high street for approximately 100 metres. Then, turn left and cros Fisheries - Cybi Bikes - Cycle Hire company based on Holy Island, Anglesey, operating in 7 hubs located at key tourist locations on the island: * Breakwater Country Park (M Caer Gybi Roman Fort - Caer Gybi, the Roman Fort, is a stoutly walled rectangular enclosure that crowned a low cliff overlooking the harbour in Holyhead, Anglesey. It is tho Stone Carvings on St Cybi's Church - St Cybi's Church Holyhead is perpendicular in style. The chancel is 13th Century with the rest being 15th to 16th Century. There are fine stained St Cybi's Church - St Cybi's Church overlooks the harbour in Holyhead, Anglesey. The original church was founded in the 6th Century by the Cornish Saint Cybi and the Llyn Alaw - Llyn Alaw is located in the North of the county of Anglesey in North Wales. It is to be found 4 miles south west of Amlwch and 8 miles north of Llang Ann Evans Antiques - THE WEBSITE APPEARS TO BE OFFLINE AND THE LINK HAS BEEN REMOVED.| We specialise in Welsh Country furniture, especially Welsh oak dressers and other
Attractions near Llanfaethlu
Black Lion
Capel Soar
Llanfaethlu (Soar) Standing Stone
Anglesey Coastal Path- Porth Trwyn (Llanfaethlu) to Cemaes
Porth Trwyn Beach
Llanrhuddlad Bethel-hen Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
Church Bay
Porth Tywyn Mawr
Llynnon Mill
Mynydd y Garn
Tregwehelydd Standing Stone
Anglesey Cycle Path- Nico Circular Cycle Route
St Rhwydrys Church
Carmel Head
Cemlyn Beach
George Inn
Presaddfed Burial Chamber
Llanfechell Stones
Cefn Glass
Llanfechell War Memorial
Llanfechell Church
Cemlyn Bay
Stena Line Ferries
Holyhead Breakwater
South Quay Shellfish Holyhead
Cemlyn Point
Penrhos Coastal Park
Anglesey Charter Fishing
Holyhead Harbour and Port
Go Sea Fishing
Newry Beach
Wylfa Power Station Visitor Centre
Harbourfront Bistro
Holyhead Maritime Museum
Anglesey Coastal Path- Holyhead to Porth Trwyn (Llanfaethlu)
Fisheries
Cybi Bikes
Caer Gybi Roman Fort
Stone Carvings on St Cybi's Church
St Cybi's Church
Llyn Alaw
Ann Evans Antiques
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