15 New walks, distances to suite almost any taste and ability, these book is a must for anyone wanting to explore the island's coast on foot.
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ANGLESEY has some of the finest coastal scenery in the British Isles. Within a ring of around 125 miles there are vast tidal estuaries, sandy bays, isolated coves and towering sea cliffs, all backed by a panorama of Snowdonia’s highest mountains. In recognition of this, much of the coast has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). For the historian there are numerous remains from the island’s long and colourful history, along with one of the highest densities of prehistoric remains in the British Isles. In addition, there is easy access to a vast footpath network and a recently created coastal path.
‘Coastal walks around Anglesey Volume 2’ has been written as a companion to ‘Coastal walks around Anglesey Volume V and outlines 15 new coastal walks. With terrain and distances to suite almost any taste and ability, these two books are a must for anyone wanting to explore the island’s coast on foot.
1 Beaumaris 5 ½ miles, 2 Red Wharf Bay 4 or 5 ¼, 3 Red Wharf 5 miles, 4 Moelfre 4 ¼ miles
5 Porth Amlwch 4 ½ miles, 6 Bull Bay 4 ¼ miles, 7 Cemaes Bay 3 ½ miles, 8 Wylfa & Cemlyn Bay 6 miles, 9 Ynys y Fydlyn 3 ½ miles, 10 Llanfachraeth 6 miles, 11 Holyhead Mountain 5 miles, 12 Penrhyn Mawr 8 miles, 13 Cymyran 8 ¼ miles, 14 Traeth Crigyll 8 miles, 15 Newborough Warren & Abermenai 3 ½ or 6 ¾ miles.