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RSPB South Stack Cliffs Nature Reserve & Visitor Centre

RSPB Nature Reserve

South Stack Visitor Centre
South Stack Road
Holyhead
Ll65 1YH

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Phone: 01407 762100

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RSPB South Stack Cliffs Nature Reserve & Visitor Centre

**Planned Disruption** From June to December 2019 major building work will be going on at the reserve. Please email or check our social media pages for more information. During this time there is no parking or turning for coaches and motorhomes.

Overlooking the Irish Sea RSPB South Stack Cliffs is a heathland paradise waiting to be explored. Wind your way along the dramatic trails and take in the expansive views across Anglesey. There are great views of South Stack Lighthouse from Ellin's Tower.

In spring and summer, marvel at the spectacular wildflower carpet covering the clifftops and seek out the rare spathulate fleawort, which grows nowhere else on earth! Carefully and quietly explore the edges of the heather and you might see lizards or even an adder.

Visit Ellin's Tower for great views of the seabird city in spring and its puffins, guillemots and razorbills. Try to spot porpoise, dolphins and seals out to sea. Then you can browse in our shop and enjoy fresh food in our café.

Opening times:
Open all year-round. The Visitor Centre, with shop and cafe, is open from 10am to 5pm daily (except Christmas Day), and Ellin's Tower Seabird Centre is open from 10am to 5pm from Easter to October.

Entrance charges:
Free, but donations to help us continue our work here are welcome.


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Ellins Tower with South Stack Lighthouse

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View from the Range towards South Stack

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Puffin

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Razorbill

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Silver Studded Blue butterfly

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Stone Chat

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Spatulate Fleawort

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View of the cliffs from The Range

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Chough

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Chough on a feeder outside the cafe windows

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Walkers on Ellins Tower cliff path