Llaneilian - looking down over the Parish of Llaneilian with Point Lynas lighthouse in the background and "Ynys Goch" in the middle of this wonderful photo. The hill where this photo was taken is known as Mynydd Eilian - or Eilian Mountain.
Amlwch Port is a 40 minute walk from "Ynys Goch" or 5 minutes by car. There are a couple of cafes and pubs just before and around the old harbour. If you are a walker then it's worth going via the cliff path from Eilan Bay - a bit longer but well worth it! If you like Real Ale try the Adelphi Vaults.
Eilian Bay is just a 10 minute walk across the fields from "Ynys Goch". It's a small, mainly rocky, pebbly small cove dominated by the iconic Point Lynas lighthouse at the tip of the peninsular. From here you can join the Anglesey Coastal Path.
St Eilian's Church is another iconic location in the village. The site dates back 1000 years or more whilst the current building is of the mediaeval period. Well worth a visit both around the area and within it's ancient walls. The photo here was taken from "Ynys Goch" a few years ago and shows how close it is - a 10 or 15 minute walk.