This spectacular coastline, one of the finest  stretches of the Anglesey coast,  stretches from Trearddur Bay to Silver Bay and includes some impressive cliffs, sea arches and caves. There are patches of spotted rock-rose, the county flower, dotted amongst the heath, and walkers are invariably entertained by an aerial display from the resident chough. The multiple folds of the highly metamorphosed Precambrian rocks pose a puzzle or two for geologists.
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