Welcome to the Point Lynas station.
We are situated at the extremity of the Llaneilian promontory, tucked inbetween the Lighthouse and its discontinued Fog Station. It's a great spot, if somewhat exposed.
To the east we can see the Great Orme, to the west we have Amlwch port, East Mouse & Middle Mouse. On a good day we can see the mountains of the Isle of Man.
Dolphins and porpoises frequently play in the tides off the Point and we have a resident seal in Freshwater Bay.
Our nearest RNLI station is Moelfre, with its Tamar ALB.
Access to the station is via a footpath round Point Lynas Lighthouse from the access road. Parts of the path run close to the cliff edge, can be slippery, and require care.
The site is not accessible by wheelchair.