Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path

The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is a developing network of permissive paths and public rights of way that extends over 125 miles following much of the island’s coastline.

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The path connects over 36 coastal villages and passes through scenery of which 95% is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), providing the basis for a superb  long distance circular route.

Around 7% of access along the path is provided courtesy of the National Trust. This includes areas such as Carmel Head, in the north-western corner of the island. About 4% of access along the coastal path is provided courtesy of Forestry Commission Wales. This area comprises of Newborough Forest, in the south-eastern corner of the island.

With nowhere on the island rising above 720ft (219m), and with all the towns and villages along the way, the path makes for fairly easy walking well provided for with rest points and connections with public transport services.

The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is currently managed by a partnership consisting of the following organisations: Isle of Anglesey County Council, Menter Môn, Countryside Council for Wales, The National Trust, Forestry Commission Wales, Welsh Development Agency and Wales Tourist Board.

Please follow the weblink below to the coastal path web pages on our tourism website. Here you can access downloadable route maps and detailed route information.

Weblinks

  • Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path – The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is a developing long distance route that follows much of the island’s coastline. The path primarily caters for walkers however cyclists and horse riders can also enjoy certain sections.
  • Access to the Countryside in Wales – Countryside Council for Wales – This website is a guide to land and paths that are normally available for access on foot in Wales.