A unique view of Beaumaris Castle and the town’s brightly coloured seafront houses will delight you. Then we head past an old seaplane factory and mine workings, out into the open sea, past old shipwrecks. We approach Puffin Island, or Ynys Seiriol, named after Saint Seiriol who founded a monastery opposite the island at Penmon Point. This uninhabited Island is home to the largest nesting cormorant population in the UK and, of course, the famous Puffins (seasonal visitors). You will watch the wildlife, see the massive colony of seals and experience a bird-spotting bonanza.
This trip departs from Menai Bridge, LL59 5DE and the experience is 1 and-a-half hours in duration. Please check in at the Bookings Office on arrival.