Anglesey is one of the best islands in Britain for exploring the unspoilt coastline and these are the Anglesey lighthouses that you will want to see when there.
Personally, my family are from a group of islands near Cornwall called the Isles of Scilly and since childhood, I have had an interest in lighthouses and all things by the sea.
Much of the areas around Anglesey have been declared an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ due to its unspoilt coast and nature, making it the perfect island getaway in Wales.
South Stack Lighthouse
The South Stack Lighthouse is located northwest of Holyhead and is one of the most important lighthouses on Anglesey.
There is a lighthouse tour you can do that will take you down to the lighthouse and have a look around.
Tŵr Mawr Lighthouse
Tŵr Mawr Lighthouse is easily one of the most scenic lighthouses in Anglesey to see when there.
It’s located on Llanddwyn Island which is a tidal island and is the western way to the Menai Strait.
Trwyn Du Lighthouse
The Trwyn Du Lighthouse is located out in the sea between the mainland of Anglesey and a smaller island offshore, which makes it a great photo spot.
As I’m on the subject of Anglesey lighthouses I could not mention them without talking briefly about some of the epic beaches in Anglesey that are also around the coastline.
Benllech beach is the main one that you will want to go to when there and is one of the most popular ones.
Another great one is Rhosneigr beach where you can find good surfing, kitesurfing, and you can camp there as well.
Niwbwrch beach also has good kitesurfing and a beautiful nature area.
Llanddwyn beach is also worth a visit when there.
Those are the Anglesey lighthouses you can see on a visit to Anglesey.
For more coastal areas in Britain take a look at my guide to the Isles of Scilly.
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