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South Stack Lighthouse and Visitor Centre, operated under licence from Trinity House. Tickets available on the island ONLY at Present. Cash only as no signal for wifi for card machines. Summer opening times: Friday 1300-1600hrs, Sat to Thu...more
All reviews south stack well worth a visit light house stunning views spiral staircase car park worth the effort steep steps worth every step fear of heights sea birds rspb shop across the bridge sunny day long walk bird life on the rocks
Must see! Awesome views from each step when you go down or up. Lots of steps with lots of fun with the people you meet there. Birds, grass, sea, wind - great experience to calm down and admire everything around you. Great staff who know...More
Apart from beautiful views from the Cliff
Tops this is an area for sea birds and of
An anticline/syncline fold is seen in the
gully below the Lighthouse.
These rocks are Precambrian or of earliest Cambrian age.
522+/-6 Million years old.
This place is well worth a visit
Lighthoses are always interesting, scenary is epic also.
Great spot for a sunset if you are a photographer, although it never played ball for me
As said in other reviews stairs are steep but not dangerous, there are...More
Visited the lighthouse during a wind day but bright sunshine. There are a lot of steps down to the lighthouse, but all are safe and well maintained. Long climb back up, but the views when you get down are well worth the effort.
What a workout.went about three quarters the way down to the lighthouse.im not very good with heights and the high winds didn't help but the views were not to be missed.had a great latte and caramel slice in the cafe above the viewing point
The majestic southstack is a sight to behold rising on its rocky outreach against the blue Irish Sea. It’s wonderful visitors centre allows for tremendous views inside and out. It has a very nice cafe where you can buy a good selection of refreshments.
This place is so exposed. We visited on what was in essence a lovely day. Sun shining but due to its location the wind catches it in every direction.
There's free car parks ( for now anyway) so if you just want a walk around...More
Visited Holyhead on a cruise ship. The lighthouse is a short taxi ride out of town. Not sure if there is any public bus service to the same. There is a café/visitor center with facilities close by. The lighthouse is at the base of the...More