Walking

Discover Walking on Anglesey

Anglesey, an island located in North Wales, offers a plethora of scenic walks that cater to everyone's preferences. Whether you are an avid hiker or just want to enjoy a leisurely stroll, Anglesey has something to offer. Here are some of the best walks that Anglesey has to offer:

Coastal Walks: With over 125 miles of coastline, Anglesey offers an unspoilt haven for those who love coastal walks. The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path offers breathtaking views of the island's beautiful coastlines, hidden coves, and seals frolicking in the waters. You can take a break and enjoy a picnic or have lunch at one of the many seaside eateries that are dotted along the coast.

Circular Walks: If you want to explore the island's countryside, then circular walks are a must-try. You can take a walk along the Anglesey Heritage Trail, which offers an insight into the island's history and heritage. You can also walk along the Geo Trails, which provide an opportunity to explore the island's geology.

Wildlife Walks: Anglesey is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. You can take a walk along the Anglesey Wetlands Centre, which offers an opportunity to watch rare birds in their natural habitats. You can also take a walk along the South Stack Lighthouse RSPB Reserve, which is home to a variety of seabirds.

Mountain Climbing Walks: For the more adventurous, Anglesey offers mountain climbing walks. You can climb the island's highest peak, Holyhead Mountain, which offers panoramic views of the island's coastline and countryside.

Short Village Walks: If you're short on time, Anglesey offers short village walks that provide an opportunity to explore the island's picturesque villages. You can take a walk along the Menai Bridge, which offers stunning views of the Menai Strait.

Anglesey offers a unique experience for walkers of all levels. The island's walks offer a chance to explore its stunning scenery and enjoy the island's natural beauty. So why not plan a visit to Anglesey and explore its scenic walks?

https://www.anglesey.gov.wales/en/Residents/Parking-roads-and-travel/Active-Travel-Network-Map-ATNM.aspx

Listings for Walking

Benllech

Bodafon Group Holiday Parks

Family and Dog Friendly parks close to the Beach

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Wonderfully Wild Glamping lodges - BEAUMARIS

Luxury Safari tented lodge glamping with wood fired hot tubs ⭐ Each lodge sleeps up to 6 guests ⭐ All ensuite facilities ⭐ Sunsets and sunrises! ⭐ 5 star listing on TripAdvisor ⭐

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BActive Rhoscolyn

BActive is an adventure activities provider on Ynys Môn, Anglesey, North Wales. We specialise in sea kayaking, coasteering, guided walks and group experiences.

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Plas Cichle - BEAUMARIS

Beautiful Georgian family home that sleeps up 12 guests set in extensive private gardens with mountain and countryside views - located near the popular seaside town of BEAUMARIS - Dog Friendly

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Garden Lodge at Plas Cichle - BEAUMARIS

Self contained countryside lodge with private gardens - sleeps up to 4 - dog friendly 🐕

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