Anglesey Coastal Path
Anglesey Coastal Path
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Nim C
Worcester, UK159 bidrag
aug. 2022 • Par
Simply stunning walk to go on. The end to end of the coastal path is over 120 mile but lots of places to stop on the way and enjoy the sights, sounds and simply taking it all in.
Skrevet 13. august 2022
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RovingCelt
Haag, Nederland58 bidrag
mai 2022
Have done most of the path and the idea of having a path round an island is a good one. The route is varied and passes through woods, beach, cliffs, fields, quiet roads, etc. At certain times of the year parts of the path can be quite muddy and soggy, but then again you're there because you've gone for a walk in the countryside and not gone shopping. The path is well marked, although I did miss the route a few times, perhaps more my lack of observation than poor marking, but will be doing some bits again to check which.
What really lets this down is logistics. It is not very easy to work out public transport, so as to avoid retracing steps. There are different operators for different routes and I could not find something where I could see the routes and timetables in a user friendly way... and that was using a laptop, so using a phone was just not an option.
Where public transport exists, it can often have a long time between buses and in places doesn't even run on a Sunday.
So, path good, let down by lack of integration by public transport. Of course it is difficult to make public transport cost effective in rural areas, but given the potential of the coastal path, there are some things that could be done to make things considerably more practical.
Skrevet 18. mai 2022
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Andrea S
Manchester, UK90 bidrag
mai 2022
Walked this path many times and could not find a more peaceful and beautiful place. We have been to Cornwall many times and this knocks spots off it - much quieter, less crowds and just pure natural beauty. We will return many time.
Skrevet 17. mai 2022
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Colin Park
Macclesfield, UK69 bidrag
apr. 2022
Anglesey Coastal Path

Amlwch

Great coastal walking on well signed paths

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Spent four days walking the coast covering around 56 miles and all in unbroken sunshine. Day 1 walked clockwise from Kingsland area of Holyhead across island to coast on lanes and good path to near Rhosygadar. Coastal path runs a little inland from low cliffs around south Stack Cliffs Nature Reserve and later joins a lane en-route to South Stack. The scenery is more spectacular here. Path comes close to cliff edge prior to Ellin's Tower. Hill path over the northwest shoulder of Holyhead Mountain and its worth the short ascent from the northwest via stepped path. Rocky path goes via North Stack then along coast to Holyhead Breakwater Country Park. The walk back through Holyhead town however is rather run down.
Day 2 There is some parking opposite the former Police Station at Valley (beware, the marked bays are only 4 hours parking). Bus 25 goes to Aberffraw via Rhosneigr where this walk could be split in two if desired. The walk back is all low level along low cliffs or on the beach and in places follows long sandy beaches. Check tide times prior as some sections will become impassable at high tide especially along the north side of Aberffraw Bay and also on sections between Valley Airfield and Four Mile Bridge. The highlight of the walk is St Cwyfan's Church which is set on a walled tidal island. If walking during a weekday you may be entertained by low flying jets landing and taking off at RAF Valley.
Day 3 Cemaes to Llanfaethlu. There is parking for around 10 cars adjacent to the convenience store. Bus 61 goes to Cemaes from unmarked stop opposite conveninece stores. The walk west is dominated by the Wylfa Power Station and the walk up to Wylfa Head can be omitted easily. The attractive path hugs the coast and crosses the shingle spit at Cemlyn Bay which has a bridge at its western end. This route is passable except at the highest tides. The path continues around Carmel Head with views out to The Skerries. This section of path may be closed at certain times of the year (usually winter) so an inland route then needs to be taken. There are some hilly sections of the path between Carmel head and Ynys y Fydlan and the path does come quite close to the cliff edge at a couple of points. There is a steep ascent south from Ynys y Fydlan after which the walking is fairly strightforward. Beyond Church Bay there are various points where you can turn inland via paths and lanes to Llanfaethlu. We turned inland at Trefadog after a fairly long walk.
Day 4 Amlwch Port to Cemaes. The main car park in Cemaes currently charges £4 per day but there are several other locations where there is roadside parking. Bus 61 goes to Amlwch where we did a dogleg east to join the coast path at Amlwch Port. After crossing some industrial wasteland on a well signed path you are soon on the coast towards Bull Bay. An excellent coast path runs west to Porth Wen which passes close to the interesting ruins of the Porth Wen Victorian Brickworks. The path west becomes quite hilly in parts especially either side of Dinas Gynfor with a very steep descent to Porth Llanlleiana. The valley here has the ruins of a Victorian China Clay Works. Further west, St Patrick's Church at Llanbadrig is worth a visit. Overall , this walk is probably the best of the four undertaken.
Skrevet 4. mai 2022
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minx59
Heswall, UK195 bidrag
nov. 2021
It is a pleasure to walk here. There is so much beauty to enjoy and wonderful fresh air. People are so friendly when you pass anyone on the walk.
Skrevet 25. november 2021
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923Dan
Swindon, UK3 007 bidrag
okt. 2021
Stunning coastal path around Anglesey - lots of excellent views.
Only wish the Welsh weather wasn't so wet!!!
Well worth the trip!
Skrevet 4. november 2021
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catbells55
Sale, UK25 bidrag
okt. 2021
Try and pick your starting. point where the walk is comfortable for you. Some of the walk is rather up hill and down dale
Skrevet 17. oktober 2021
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AndreaMcNicholas
West Yorkshire57 bidrag
aug. 2021
Heather filled colours, my dogs loved it. Took some beautiful photos. Walked into the port but a shame that the path ends there.
Skrevet 2. september 2021
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Michael S
Hamilton, Bermuda36 bidrag
aug. 2021
Brilliant ,did the North East section and Newborogh beach walks highly recommended .Quite rugged in parts but great views and fabulous people.
Skrevet 25. august 2021
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ernestc536
County Durham, UK9 bidrag
jun. 2021
If you enjoy walking then you will not be disappointed with this terrific route. Plenty of options for walkers of all ages to chose from with lots of small bays and wonderful beaches to discover.
Skrevet 27. juni 2021
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