37 Best Images After Completing The 125 mile Anglesey Coastal Path 


Well we have done it, 125 miles walking around the coast of Anglesey. What a wonderful island.
It’s been a life changing experience and to see so many beautiful places it’s been very hard to choose the top images,  it could have easily been a hundred.
The photos start and end in Holyhead and are in sequence clockwise, if you are interested.

If anyone wants any advice on walking this please feel free to contact me. 

If you want to use the images please drop me a note.

Why not follow me on Twitter @hardyneil @hardy_travel or @jokestravel

St Cybi’s Church Holyhead
1. St Cybi’s Church Holyhead
Porth Trefadog
2. Porth Trefadog
Porth Trywn
3.Porth Trywn and Church Bay
Ynys Y Fydlyn
4.Ynys Y Fydlyn near Carmel Head
Camel Head
5.Carmel Head
6.Walking on Carmel Head
7.Cemlyn Bay
8.Cemaes Bay
9.St Patricks Bay
10.North Anglesey Shoreline
11.Derelict Mill at Porth Llanlleiana
Amlwch Port
12.Amlwch Port
13.Porth Wen
14.Treath Ligway
15.Moelfre
16.Star Inn, Red Wharf Bay
17.Red Wharf Bay
18.Penmon Prior, remains of.
19.Menai Bridge
20.Britannia Bridge
21.Britannia Bridge
22.Beach opposite Caenarfon
23.Stepping Stones on route to Newborough
24.Newborough Beach
25.Newborough Beach Shipwreck
Church In The Sea
26.Church In The Sea at Porth Cwyfan, near Aberffraw
27.Silver Bay
28.Porth Cae-du near Rhoscolyn
29.Clear waters
Trearddur
30.Trearddur Bay
31.Porth Dafach
32.South Stack Nature Reserve
33.South Stack Lighthouse
34.Top of Holyhead Mountain
Anglesey Coastal Path
35.Porth Namach
36.Welcome to Holyhead
Anglesey Coastal Path
37.Sign for the start & end of the walk

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4 thoughts on “37 Best Images After Completing The 125 mile Anglesey Coastal Path 

      1. Was this a personal trek or part of a group? How was most of the terrain? I like to hike and the would love to do this, I’d get the bonus of losing some extra pounds too 😀. Also, did you camp or stay in a hotel/hostel? Sorry for the twenty questions.

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      2. It was a personal walk with my wife. The terrain is all on good footpaths and is very well signposted. As we live only an hour away it’s easy to do sections in a day. There are organised walks but we like doing on our own. Places to stay would be in Menai Bridge, Holyhead or Llangefni asthe bus network is good from here across the island. Dm on twitter if you have any more questions.

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