Capel Lligwy

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Capel Lligwy: The coarse, rubble build of this remote, roofless chapel of ease shows both 12th and 14th century phases of construction.

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On the A5025 from Menai Bridge to Amlwch, pass through Benllech, and carry on until you come to a roundabout. The A5025 continues to the left, but you need to follow the road to the right, in the direction of Moelfre, on the A5108. However, immediately past this roundabout you must take a left turn; there are heritage sites sign posted. Capel Lligwy's site can then be seen on the left, about half a mile down this narrow road.

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