The 13 Levels site is an imposing concrete monstrosity overlooking the sea. Driving north or south on the coastal highway 2, it’s an interesting eyesore that’s not easily overlooked.
The building is the ruins of a 13 level coal mining operation that’s long been closed. It’s off limits to visitors, but there are three interesting pipes snaking up the hill behind the mine that can be seen up close. These are the remains of the world’s longest smokestacks. While you can walk right up to them, we wouldn’t recommend climbing inside due to the highly toxic chemicals that can still be seen.