Ellin's Tower This tower was built in 1867 as a summer retreat for Ellin Stanley, the wife of William Stanley, who was Liberal MP for Anglesey 1837 to 1874. It is now an excellent bird watching tower …
|Title||View towards Porth Neigwl from Mynydd Penarfynydd|
|Photo's author||Trevor Rickard User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||1 May 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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View towards Porth Neigwl from Mynydd Penarfynydd
A slope clothed in heather and bracken
Mynydd Penarfynydd (Near Hell's Mouth) This is the western headland of Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth)
South Lleyn coast from Mynydd Penarfynydd
Porth Ysgo from Mynydd Penarfynydd.
Rocky outcrop on Mynydd Penarfynydd From the end of the hilltop footpath there is a good view into the pair of beaches at Porth Ysgo.
Mynydd Penarfynydd The gorse of the hillside gives way to extensive sheep farming. A good viewpoint with views to both north and south coasts.
Mynydd Penarfynydd trig.
Path from Penarfynydd Farm Mynydd Rhiw on the horizon.
Mynydd Penarfynydd and Penarfynydd Farm This view is taken from Mynydd y Graig.