Penrhos Coastal Park (Anglesey) Reviews
Newest Review: ... weather, and the sea is often calm, with a deep cobalt blue colour which lights up in the light of even a winter sun. The bay is a haven for wildlife, although it is often hard to spot. Staying here for several hours will give the viewer an insight into the restless nature of the tides, and a glimpse of how the wild creatures cope with the sea's ever changing moods. At low tide, the sea will be far out, with the sand dry and desolate looking. Look carefully, however, and secretive little ringed plovers can be spotted, their sandy plumage a perfect camouflage against the sand. More obvious will be the oystercatchers. These handsome ... more
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by - written on 15/10/10, updated on 16/10/10 (Very useful, 277 readings)
The Isle of Anglesey, situated at the north western tip of Wales, has some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the UK. Its ancient, Precambrian rocks have been battered by the sea for millennia, forming rocky headlands, sandy beaches, and intimate little coves. Much of Anglesey's coast is accessible to the tourist. One of the easiest parts of Anglesey's coast to access is Penrhos Coastal Park. Forming part of the Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the park is signposted from Junction 2 of the A55. This is a superb resource for locals and tourists alike. Set in 200 acres, the park has a variety of facilities and habitats together with stunning ... Read the complete review
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