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Walk the coastal paths of the Isle of Anglesey. Walk the beaches, escarpments, dunes, sea cliffs and natural areas.

Guided Walking Holidays - The Four Corners of Anglesey

Sinking your toes into the pristine sand of a sweeping bay and listening to the music of the waves is a fine way to end a day’s rambling. Anglesey’s coastal path is one of the best kept secrets of Wales’ largest island, steeped in history, wildlife and natural beauty.

Anglesey offers a wide a variety of walks to choose from and on any walk you can pass towering cliffs, sandy beaches, woodlands, mountains, marshes and grassland.

We have chosen walks in the four corners of this area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to enable you to enjoy as much of the variety of the island as possible. We walk from Malltraeth, crossing over to Llanddwyn Island, with views of Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula. We walk along the coastal path from Holyhead on Holy Island until we reach Trearddur Bay, stopping en route at Ellin’s Tower where you can watch nesting birds on the cliff face. You can visit Beaumaris Castle on the south coast before arriving at Penmon Priory, home of the Penmon Point lighthouse.

During your four or five walking days (depending on the length of your holiday), you enjoy a variety of views, from limestone escarpments, wide beaches and sand dunes on the southern coast to dramatic sea cliffs and remote landscapes on the northern coast.

Holiday Highlights

  • Visit the many clean and beautiful beaches.
  • Explore coastal towns and villages such as Beaumaris, Holyhead and Malltraeth.
  • Take in the views of Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula.
The holiday inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What's included in this holiday Items that are covered in the cost of holiday price.

      Half board en-suite accommodation.
      All transport necessary to and from the walks.
Whats not included in this holiday Items that are not covered in the cost of holiday price.

  • Entrance fees to some museums and historic buildings (unless otherwise specified)
  • Personal expenses (such as your bar bill)
  • Discretionary tips
  • Optional excursions
  • Insurance
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Whilst every effort will be made to adhere to the outlined itinerary and advertised program, local conditions can change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. This may mean that routes and timings need to be amended or the order of days may change, sometimes at short notice.

This departure: Grade 4

  1. Day 1

    Independent travel to the Celtic Royal Hotel in Caernarfon. Check in at the hotel is from 3pm. 

  2. Day 2

    Our first walk starts by the lighthouse at Penmon Point where we will walk via Penmon Priory and Dovecote to Beaumaris. There will be some free time to explore Beaumaris with its castle, period courtroom and various shops. Transport will then take us to Menai bridge where we will walk back to the hotel. Our route takes us under the Menai Suspension Bridge, the Belgian Promenade, under the Britannia Bridge and via Nelson’s column on the Menai Straits. About 7½ miles.

  3. Day 3

    Starting at Holyhead today on Holy Island from the official starting point of the coastal path, we walk along the marina to the Breakwater Park. We then ascend Holyhead Mountain, descend to South Stack lighthouse and café. Visit Ellin’s Tower where you can watch nesting birds on the cliff face or you can visit the site of a Neolithic village. We finish our walk at the South Stack Visitors Centre and tea rooms. About 6 miles.

  4. Day 4

    We start at Malltraeth which is a lovely coastal village famous for its wildlife and the artist, Charles Tunnicliffe who lived here and painted most of his work in this area. We shall walk along the embankment to Newborough Forest (Red squirrel conservation area). Out of the forest and onto one of the finest beaches, Llanddwyn Beach, crossing over to Llanddwyn Island. From here, in good weather, we get spectacular views of Snowdonia and the Lyn Peninsula. We finish at Llyn Rhos Ddu (Marram grass sculpture and bird hide). About 9 miles.

  5. Day 5

    A free day for you to explore on your own or simply spend time around the hotel and make use of the facilities. 

  6. Day 6

    Our starting point today is the Pilot Boat Inn on the edge of the Dulas estuary. We walk to Lligwy, a blue flag beach, and the picturesque fishing village of Moelfre, with its famous life boat station and tales of shipwrecks such as the Royal Charter. We continue on to Traeth Llydan, the seaside town and beach of Benllech, and Red Wharf Bay where we finish at the Ship Inn. About 8½ miles.

  7. Day 7

    For our final walk, we carry out a linear coastal walk from Cemaes to Church Bay, which explores the island's remote coast line through Carmel Head which is wild and unspoilt. We walk past Wyfran Power Station down a beautiful stretch of coastline with views out to the Skerries and across the bay to Holy Island. About 10½ miles.

  8. Day 8

    Farewells and depart after breakfast. Check out is by 11am. 

Travel Details

Transport to and from the trailheads, if necessary, is included.

Nearest mainline railway station: Bangor Gwynedd (4 miles)

Nearest bus station: 3 minute walk from the hotel.

If travelling by train we recommend you contact a local taxi company for a quote to take you to the hotel. We can suggest you contact M & R Taxis (01286 831867) or Town Cabs (01286 676091). 

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The Celtic Royal Hotel

The Celtic Royal Hotel is a family owned country hotel situated in the centre of Caernarfon, just a 10 minute walk from Caernarfon Harbour and just a 5 minute walk from Caernarfon Castle. Caernarfon is the 'Celtic Heart of Wales', a place where strong cultural roots are seen and heard. Caernarfon enjoys an outstanding location between the rugged peaks of the Snowdonia Mountains and a spectacular stretch of coastline which runs down the Lleyn Peninsula and out into the Irish Sea. Although the hotel is not located in Anglesey itself, it is only a 15 minute drive away. We believe we have chosen a good quality hotel in a lovely location very close to Anglesey.

The hotel has bright and airy bedrooms with en suite facilities, television, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryer. The hotel has an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room and a fully equipped fitness suite. Complimentary Wi-Fi and free on-site parking is available.

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