This is one of my favorites in the UK, it is the beautiful and interesting, but it is not very frequented by tourists, mainly due to ignorance and lack of information and it is a rather relaxing location. On this visit we went to Holyhead, the largest town in this peninsula and it is known for three things: The old church, the port (to 1.40 h. The port of Dublin) and a lighthouse (quite spectacular). The town is pretty and it shows that its major source of income comes from the sea and the harbor, we can see modern details such as a pedestrian bridge to the urban part . The church, beautifully preserved from the fourth century, stands historically and is the first educational institution in Anglesey (mid eighteenth century), and makes an interesting contrast with the rest of the town. It is outside the lighthouse, in front of the sea, surrounded by cliffs and offering beautiful views for those who venture to visit nearby. Holyhead are one of those places where one can get lost or at least have the feeling that you can and highly recommended place to escape and enjoy the scenery, activities and other goodies that North Wales offers. You will love the visit and enjoy all the scenery that it has to offer.
In the past this was the end of the road that linked London to Wales. If you pass through the town and continue along the road you will come to a parking lot where you can reach a very scenic (and windy) spot to enjoy views of amazing cliffs overlooking the sea! Just a short walk away, you'll feel like you're in the wild, where nature seems to take over. Amazing!