Strumble Head Lighthouse Fishguard – West Wales

Strumble Head
During WWII some lighthouses in the UK had additional personnel assigned to them to stand lookout watches for enemy ships, subs, and planes. In specific circumstances the lights would be extinguished if known enemy contacts were in the area. On wild and rocky coast the Strumble Head lighthouse beams out its signal as high-speed ferries thunder past on their way to Ireland. The headland makes a good vantage point for spotting dolphins, seals, sharks and sunfish; below the parking area is a WWII lookout that now serves as a shelter for observing wildlife.