Holidays at Lligwy on Anglesey
by George Woolley
LLigwy on Anglesey
We have had over 22 years of holidays on the fantastic part of wales there is always somethng to see and go.
Good eating out like the pilot boat house and the four crosses.
Clean water to let the great-grand children paddle and play, pools to look into for small crabs ETC.
Lligwy beach must be the best fantastic to walk the old dog. I can never get enough of the place.Additional Comment:
Thanks George for your contribution. I also noticed the very interesting, historical Din Lligwy Hut Group nearby.
These are stone houses within what appears to be a limestone perimeter, and shrouded by some wonderful trees.
Some of the buildings at Din Lligwy are are round while others are rectangular in design, all from slabs of limestone.
There's a great view of the sea looking eaastwards from this location. I guess the people living here all those years ago would have been worried about coastal raiders in longboats and the like.
To get there, just take the small lane signposted Din Lligwy on the roundabout on the A5025 just outside Moelfre on the east Anglesey coast. Along the lane you will pass an old burial chamber which is probably from the Neolithic period.
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