Ellins Tower

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Ellins Tower: 19th century lighthouse and suspension bridge at the foot of 60 metre (200 ft) cliffs or the fragrance and colour of the coastal heath and spectacle of thousands of nesting sea birds perched perilously on cliff edges.

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In Holyhead go straight ahead at the first roundabout on Beach Road, turn right up Walthew Avenue, following signs for South Stack, which is about 3 miles from this point. Walthew Avenue will take you straight in to New Park Road, and at the end turn right in to South Stack Road. You will be traveling towards Holyhead Mountain again, and once you leave the residential area, you will pass through open countryside until a sign for South Stack will show you to turn right up a steep hill.


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