Anglesey Coastal Path

Anglesey Coastal Path

St. Cwyfan’s Church

Wool shop at Moelfre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Funny sign

Monument to Dic Jones, Moelfre

Penmon Priory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We did this fabulous 125-mile walk as 12 one-day linear walks, about one walk a fortnight, starting in January 2015 and ending in August 2015. We started in Holyhead and walked anticlockwise right round the island and back to Holyhead. We used Carl Rogers’ excellent guide book. We traveled (two people) in one car from Conwy, parked at the end of each stage, took a bus to the start of the stage, and then walked back to the car. We used the Traveline Cymru website to check the bus times. The bus stop was seldom more than a mile from the path.

Note: The bus services on Sundays are much-reduced.

The path was well-signposted, and most of the stiles have been replaced with kissing gates, which we liked. Great views, plenty of history, and quiet beaches.

We were very impressed by the footpath maintenance work undertaken by Anglesey Ramblers  with new footbridges, long stretches of boardwalk over boggy ground, and ladder stiles replaced with kissing gates.

Highlights: lovely winter sunsets on the west side of the island, St. Cwyfan’s Church in the Sea at Aberffraw, walking under the two bridges, Porth Wen brickworks, Cemaes village and many more. Highly recommended.

See Friends of Anglesey Coastal Path.

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