Walking the Anglesey Coast Path
The southern coast is made up of limestone escarpments, rolling woodlands, sand dunes, little coves and the mysterious lovers’ island – Llanddwyn. From the island’s many traeths (beaches) you have stunning views over to Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula.
The northern side of the Anglesey Coast Path perfectly illustrates the diverse landscape of the island. The expansive sea cliffs of North and South Stack extend their reach from the coast to the famous lighthouse, tucked into the rocks. In clear conditions you can spot The Wicklow Mountains, across the Irish Sea. Today, it is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Before you leave, don't miss your chance to tackle more syllables than most can manage, by visiting the famous train station.
For further information (or help with pronunciation), please call Nathan on 01291 689 774.
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