sits off the North coast of Wales, in view of Snowdonia National Park and sports
many nature reserves and wildlife attractions.
of the biggest and best reserves on the island is a massive dune system called
Islands offer fantastic opportunities for wildlife lovers
with birds, marine life and small mammals.
- Islands are great places to indulge in activities such
as rockpooling, bird watching and seal spotting.
- Visitor Guide
- 01248 672500. CCW enquiry line - 0845 1306229. Treborth Botanic Gardens - 01248353398
survey reference: SH 425 655|
attraction:||Red Squirrels, Ravens
at Newborough Forest|
kit:||Walking shoes. Bird guide or
Red Squirrels - Anglesey
Red Squirrels project
plants such as Dune Pansies, Sea Spurge, and Sand
Cat's-Tail grow alongside the marram grass.Rock pooling.
Herring Gulls, Oystercatchers, Lapwings, Curlew, Skylarks and Meadow Pipits. Ravens
at Newborough Forest.
and drink in main towns.
access just off the main car park in Newborough forest, and also an accessible
bird hide by Llyn Rhos-Ddu. The former has toilets, but the latter does not.
For Llanddwyn Island, either
walk from Newborough village through the forest or drive to Newborough Forest
(toll road) and park by the beach.
If coming from Llanfairpwll on the A4080,
you pass the post office on your right.
Take the road on the left
sign posted for Llys Rhosyr.
Llanddwyn Island is accessible on foot at
Follow the A4080 south of Anglesey into Newborough. Signs
will lead you to Newborough Warren and Llanddwyn. There is a £2 fee charge
to park at Llanddwyn car park.
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