From Scotland’s most easterly Munro mountain to a remote ‘Greek’ beach in Devon, readers nobly share their knowledge of lovely, but little-visited spots
Penmon is a quiet village on the south-east tip of Anglesey, on the coastal footpath and cycling routes, near a wide sandy beach. Penmon Priory with its 400-year-old domed dovecote and St Seiriol’s Well are on the way to the point. Here there is a lighthouse and cafe and beautiful views of Puffin Island and the Snowdonia mountains across the strait. A woodland walk leads to a hidden castle. This hidden gem is just four miles from Beaumaris with its castle, shops, cafes, restaurants and boat trips.