Walking along the coast of Llandwyn, Anglesey
Hikes & Walks on the Isle of Anglesey
Anglesey has always been a romantic place up in the north of Wales. Surrounded by a fantastic coastline, declared an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB), the island is a lovely place for extensive, leisurely walks. The 125 mile-long Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is one of the most popular routes in the UK, guiding visitors through the stunning landscape of majestic cliffs, endless beaches, magical woodlands and towering mountains.
The Most Beautiful hikes on the Isle of Anglesey
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As steady as the tides: evergreen walking paradise Anglesey
Baffling sight: Menai Suspension Bridge
Connecting the isle and the welsh mainland, the mighty Menai suspension bridge stretches over the 200 m wide Menai Strait. Designed by master engineer Thomas Telford, its Anglesey limestone pillars are the gateway to some fantastic adventures while being a landmark on the horizon accompanying you on plenty of walks through the towns and villages and along the coast. There is also a visitor centre, presenting you with many details about the bridge’s history.
Welsh coast: Red Wharf Bay
Miles of walking glory: South Stack
If you need a reason to start walking, on the island are some destinations you don’t want to miss: Cemaes, Amlwch and Porth Nobla invite you to a fabulous day which will pass by in the blink of an eye.