Anglesey contains a wealth of sites and monuments of great interest and importance.
Many of the sites are on or near the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path which is a developing network of permissive paths and public rights of way that extends over 125 miles following much of the island’s coastline. Please follow the link below to access the Coastal Path website.
The Ordance Survey maps which cover Anglesey are of help when exploring the sites. The 1:50,000 Landranger sheet is 114, but more useful are the two 1:25,000 Explorer sheets 262 and 263, which show almost all of the sites and many more. We aim to provide the OS reference number to all of the natural and outdoor sites.
Most of the sites are on private property and visitors should respect the rights of owners whilst also following the Countryside Code. Many of the sites are scheduled ancient monuments and it is an offence to disturb these (including use of metal detectors) in any way.
- 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.