This area of rocky headlands, sandy bays and sand dunes is one of the few places on the island without public access. Along with a number of scarce plants it supported seabird colonies such as lesser black -backed and herring gulls which were otherwise scarce on the mainland due to disturbance. However these appear to have declined in recent years.

Anglesey map

Site Description

Site Management Statement

Potentially Damaging Operations list

Verical aerial photograph

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