Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path Walking Holidays
Depending on your experience and level of fitness, it will take between 9 and 13 days to walk the whole Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path. We have divided the path into 13 walks on our map.
Anglesey Walking Holidays
We offer a wide range of walking routes, Whole Island Itineraries, or Half Island or even shorter breaks like the Walking for Softies route.
Anglesey Whole Island
Whole Island in 14 Nights,13 Days Walking Code: A14
Whole Island in 13 Nights,12 Days Walking Code: A13
Whole Island in 11 Nights,10 Days Walking Code: A11
Whole Island in 10 Nights, 9 Days Walking Code: A10
Anglesey Half Island
Half Island in 7 Nights, 6 Days Walking (Beaumaris-Holyhead) Code: H7
Half Island in 7 Nights, 6 Days Walking (Holyhead-Beaumaris) Code: H7bis and H7ter
Anglesey Group Walking
For groups, please contact us.
Walking for Softies Anglesey
There are 2 routes ideal for novices and those who prefer shorter walks. With these trails you are based in one accommodation, which allows free time in the afternoons to rest or visit our numerous historical sites on the island with your own car.
South Anglesey Walking short walks or East Anglesey Walking short walks
Anglesey Combined routes
If you feel you want to see more of North Wales or even Ireland, book one of our combination walking holiday routes:
Anglesey and Snowdonia
Anglesey and Wicklow (Ireland)
Cycling Anglesey and the North Wales Coast
The byways of Anglesey are ideal to experience coastal and inland routes. Our cycling routes have been designed specifically by us to include visits to many of the island’s attractions like Melin Llynnon Mill and Ynys Lawd South Stack Lighthouse. If you prefer to cycle onto the mainland we follow the No. 5 National Cycle Route all the way to Chester along the North Wales Coast.
Walking Routes in other areas of Wales
We offer walking tours in these areas:
Offa’s Dyke National Trail,
Glyndŵr’s Way National Trail,
North Wales Path,
Our Wales Coast Path walking tours include the North Wales Coast, Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, Menai and North Llŷn, South Llŷn , Meirionnydd, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire sections.