Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path

A walk through a landscape of farmland, dunes and cliffs on the Isle of Anglesey, off the mainland of Wales.

4 to 16 nights
28-137 miles
Easy / Moderate to Demanding

From £350 per person

About the trail

Anglesey (Ynys Môn) lies off the coast of North Wales, separated from the mainland by the Menai Strait. The Isle of Anglesey Coast Path encircles this enchanting island, taking in sandy beaches, expansive dunes, rocky headlands and towering sea cliffs. The trail visits quaint fishing villages and bustling seaports, as well as numerous reminders of Anglesey's colourful history.

From spring to autumn the island is carpeted with flowers, while the cliffs, offshore islands and surrounding waters are home to a range of wildlife. The island's close proximity to the mainland means the mountains of Snowdonia and the hills of the Llyn Peninsula provide dramatic backdrops along the walk.

We offer multiple holiday options along this trail. If you wish to walk the entire trail, simply select the first option from the list below.

Customer reviews from the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path

“The planning of the route and the itinerary was very good considering the limited amount of accommodation available.”
Mr Belton, UK
“Your organisation and all the arrangements went very well. Thank you very much to all concerned.”
Mr Ashby, UK
“Our holiday was fabulous. It was so well planned and could not have gone better.”
Mrs Sutherland, USA
“It was a beautiful walk with fantastic varied scenery.”
Mr Walsh, UK
“Very enjoyable.”
Mr Heath, UK
“Lots of beautiful scenery.”
Mr Stallings, USA
“Had a fantastic holiday despite two storms early in the week. Have fallen in love with Anglesey.”
Mrs Beat, UK
“Good walking, accommodation good.”
Mr O’Connor, UK
"Amlwch" by Tricia Hewson (2017)
"St. Georges Channel" by Tricia Hewson (2017)
"Ferry at Holyhead" by Tricia Hewson (2017)
"Sunset over Holyhead" by Tricia Hewson (2017)
"South of Beaumaris" by Ton Tijmensen (2017)
"Near Beaumaris" by Ton Tijmensen (2017)
"Red Wharf Bay" by Ton Tijmensen (2017)