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Looking across rocks at the southern corner of Cemlyn Bay to the power station which stands at Wylfa Head on Anglesey's north coast. Wylfa, a nuclear station, has been generating power since 1971 and is BNFL's largest, generating enough power for two large cities. There is a visitor centre at the site with information about the plant and a cafe, and a nature trail runs through woodlands to the coast. This is open March to September from 10am to 4pm, with longer hours in school holidays. Tel 01407 711400.

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