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North Wales Coast Path

North Wales Coast Path

A self-guided walking holiday along the beautiful Wales Coast Path, from Chester to Bangor.

3 to 9 nights
31-80 miles
Moderate to Demanding

From £290 per person

About the trail

The North Wales Coast Path forms the first stage of the Wales Coast Path, the longest continual coastal path around an entire country. From the border of Wales at Chester to Bangor at the start of the Menai Strait, the trail visits seaside towns, sandy beaches with world-famous dunes, and coastal landscapes where wildlife thrives.

The trail is an approachable one, with an optional inland alternative out of Conwy that clambers to the highest point on the Wales Coast Path, passing Fairy Glen and the Meini Hirion Bronze Age stone circle on the way, before converging with the low-level route at Llanfairfechan.

We offer multiple holiday options along this trail. If you wish to experience the entire trail, simply select the first option from the list below.
"Conwy Harbour" by Simon and Clare Parker (2021)
"Flint Castle" by Simon and Clare Parker (2021)
"Oystercatchers" by Simon and Clare Parker (2021)
"Flint Castle" by Simon and Clare Parker (2021)
"Bagillt Dragon Beacon" by Simon and Clare Parker (2021)