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Explore the unspoilt beauty of the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path with our exclusive walking tours, taking you along this 125 mile unique and captivating coastline.

Walking is the best way to discover Anglesey's coastline.  The Isle of Anglesey Coastal path is one of the well kept secrets of North West Wales' largest island, "Ynys Môn", steeped in history, Celtic trails, wildlife and natural beauty.   Hike through breathtaking scenery and stay overnight in picturesque villages and towns.

Highlights of the island's Coastal Path include the attractive fishing villages of Moelfre and Cemaes; Holyhead Mountain (the highest point on Anglesey) with views towards Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula, Thomas Telford's Menai Suspension Bridge (the world's first large iron suspension bridge), the Britannia Bridge, South Stack Lighthouse and seacliffs with abundant wildlife,  the Church of St Cadwaladr at Llangadwaladr, a former royal chapel and burial ground, Beaumaris (World Heritage Site) with its castle, Jacobean courthouse and Victorian gaol as well as Penmon Priory and Dovecote. 

Paths Covered by this Publication:

212 km / 132 miles
96 km / 60 miles
285 km / 177 miles
1386 km / 861 miles

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