Walking Holidays on Wales’ Largest Island
A walking holiday on the Anglesey Coastal Path completes a unique 125-mile circuit of Anglesey, on a coastal walk framed against the stunning backdrop of the Snowdonia mountain range.
- Beaumaris, described as 'the Welsh riviera' and home to one of the country's most impressive castles
- Elinn's Tower on South Stack cliffs, an RSPB observation tower open to visitors all year round
- Some of the most atmospheric lighthouses in Britain, including Penmon, South Stack and the lighthouse at Llanddwyn Island
- An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which covers 95% of the coastal path
- Numerous nature reserves including Cemlyn and South Stack
- The impressive Menai suspension bridge (engineered by Thomas Telford)