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Amlwch: Accommodation, Attractions, Activities, Going Out, Shopping, Things to Do, Places of Interest, Outdoors, Amlwch Holidays, Amlwch Area Location, North Wales.
Amlwch is situated on the north eastern corner of
Fishing and golf are popular pastimes across Anglesey and visitors to Amlwch do not have to travel far to play golf at the
Amlwch is some fifteen miles from Holyhead and the same distance from Llangefni. Both these towns are well worth a visit to those with a historical interest and people wanting to flavour the atmosphere of a real Welsh town.
Visitors may be interested to know that in 1999
From Holyhead, ferries operate to
History buffs will be well pleased to know
Amlwch Port and Parys Mountain
The old harbour at Amlwch Port is well worth a visit. The visitor centre and coffee shop exhibits memorabilia from Amlwch's shipbuilding and mining days.
See examples of the 'copper currency' once paid as miners' wages, together with some interactive displays. Pick up a heritage trail leaflet for details of the self-guided walk around the port and nearby Parys Mountain , amid amazing open cast remains, often likened to a lunar landscape. Guided tours can be arranged for specialist groups (aged 17 and over).
Tel: 01407 832255
Open: daily, April - October, 10.00-17.00 (Visitor Centre). The heritage trails are open all year.