The church of St. Cwyfan stands on a tiny island which is isolated at high tide. Founded in the 7th century, it was rebuilt in tone in the 12th century. The surrounding wall was built in the 19th century to counteract erosion and has been carefully maintained. A popular walk.
In times gone by, Anglesey was known as the breadbasket of Wales, with its many windmills providing all the grain, hence its name, Ynys Mon - mother of Wales.
Today, only Lynnon Mill remains, still working. You can climb the stairs and see the working parts in action and the flour produced. You can buy a bag of flour, visit the café and shop.
See the perfectly reconstructed Iron Age Celtic roundhouses built from extensive archeological research of Iron Age community sites built by Ancient Britains(Celts) using wattle and daub.
A walk takes you to the remains of the old bakehouse.
Barclodiad y Gawres Ancient Burial Site Cable Bay
lNeolithic cave drawings built to reflect light on the Winter