The Wales Coast Path opened in 2013, and Anglesey is now part of the all Wales Coast Path.
The Isle of Anglesey, at the tip of North Wales, provides dramatic contoured landscapes, which can be experienced from walking the stunning Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path. 95% of it's 125 mile circular route has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the long term goal is to get a National Trail Status.
You don't have to be an experienced walker to enjoy Crwydro Môn- Anglesey Walking Holidays' self-guided packages. Each of the coastal walks are suitable for hikers of all ages and abilities, taking you along high and rugged cliffs, fantastic rock formations, sand dunes, marshland, foreshore, coastal heath, farmland and woodland. Look at The Walks section for more detailed information about each walk.
The island offers some of the most varied and important WILDLIFE habitats in the whole of the British Isles. It is a BIRDWATCHER's paradise attracting puffins, terns, cormorants, guillemots and many varieties of wildfowl and wading birds. Also, due to the milder climate, spring and early summer boasts an abundance of wild flowers.
The network of walks follow the island's coastline, which is dramatic and diverse. Three of them pass through NATURE RESERVES - Newborough Warren, Cemlyn Nature Reserve, near Cemaes, and Penrhos, Holyhead, while some pass through significant HISTORIC and PREHISTORICAL landmarks. And all this set against the stunning backdrop of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula.
Anglesey has over 70 designated sites of ARCHAELOGOCIAL interest. Standing stones and burial chambers are scattered across the island. Along the walks, remains of Iron Age forts, holy wells, churches, brickworks are still to be seen.
GEOLOGISTS love the Isle of Anglesey. The island is like the world on a pocket-handkerchief. It has the greatest variety of rocks, in type and age, than anywhere else in the world. Parys Mountain Copper Mine is only a short distance from one of the walks.
On many of the routes you could opt for a shorter walk and spend more time sight-seeing.
There is a stately home, many museums, lighthouses, historic sites, riding centres, working farms open to the public, butterfly palace and our very own Sea Zoo, all just off the daily walks.
On the other hand, the Isle of Anglesey is a wonderful place to chill. The beaches are safe, clean and ideal for children of all ages. All are different in character, magnificent in their own way. As one American tourist said "The Isle of Anglesey is just one big, beautiful beach".
The Isle of Anglesey boasts Blue Flag Beaches at Llanddwyn, Benllech, Llanddona, Trearddur Bay, Porth Dafarch, Porth Swtan (Church Bay) and Aberffraw with many other Yellow Flag beaches.
Whatever your interests, our walking tours mean you'll be sure to find your perfect walking holiday here on the Isle of Anglesey. Our packages will give you an idea of what we offer but anything is possible - your holiday can be tailor made to suit you.
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