Once on the island follow the A5025 towards Amlwch. Follow through the villages of Pentraeth and then Benllech. Keep left at the roundabout (still on the A5025) towards Amlwch . 5 miles from the roundabout you will approach the village of Penysarn, take the first turning right off the by-pass into the village itself. The first building you will see on the right is the village inn called Y Bedol, turn right immediately after Y Bedol and bus shelter, continuing past the car park and over the cattle grid up to the site. The post code LL69 9YR will take you as far as the pub ! Please note the pub is closed at present (march 2015)
If in doubt ring 01407 830 574
A number of beaches are within easy reach, a five or ten minute car journey will take you to a selection of sandy or pebbly coves - Eilian, Bull Bay, Lligwy, Traeth yr Ora, Moelfre and Dulas. You are also 2 miles away from the indoor pool at the Amlwch Leisure Centre. From the site you can see the wonderful colours of Mynydd Parys, an eighteenth century copper mine that once supplied the world's copper, now recognised as a world heritage site.Two minutes in the car will take you to the Parys car park where you can follow a trail around the old copper mines. This is linked to the Copper Kingdom Heritage Centre situated in the harbour of Amlwch Port where tours can be arranged to go underground. Fishing trips go out from the port , dont forget to look out for the porpoise !
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