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How to Best Enjoy the Anglesey Coastal Path on a Nature Trip

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How to Best Enjoy the Anglesey Coastal Path on a Nature Trip

If you are looking for a way to unwind and enjoy the outdoors, taking a relaxing walk is the answer! If you search for a relaxing place to have a walk and clear your mind of stress and your daily worries, why not take the Anglesey Coastal Path? 

The Anglesey Coastal Path goes on a circular route around the beautiful scenic Isle of Anglesey. The entire route is 140 miles long, so there is no shortage of spectacular views to cover as you embark on your nature walk. The best way to enjoy your outdoor excursion will be to walk during the day and visit camping sites along the way until you complete the entire route and come full circle. 

How to Best Enjoy the Anglesey Coastal Path on a Nature Trip

Since this walk will go around in a gigantic circle, it is recommended that your nature walk incrementally. Each of the 13 walk segments will be approximately 65 miles each. Here is our recommendation of how you can enjoy your trail walk!

Taking a Walk on the Anglesey Coastal Path

Here is a convenient way to divide up your nature walk to ensure that you make the most of each segment of your trip. By following this trail, you will be able to enjoy a self-guided walking tour of the entirety of the Anglesey Coast. 

1st Walk – Moel y Don to Beaumaris

2nd Walk – Beaumaris to Llanddona

3rd Walk – Llanddona to Moelfre

4th Walk – Moelfre to Lynas/ Porth Eilian

5th Walk – Lynas/Porth Eilian to Cemaes Bay

6th Walk – Cemaes to Church Bay, Porth Swtan

7th Walk – Church Bay, Porth Swtan to Holyhead

8th Walk – Holyhead to Trearddur Bay

9th Walk – Treaddur Bay to Four Mile Bridge

10th Walk – Four Mile Bridge to Rhosneigr

11th Walk – Rhosneigr to Newborough Forest

12th Walk – Newborough Forest to Llyn Rhos Ddu

13th Walk – Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path – Llyn Rhos Ddu to Moel Y Don

Going Glamping on Anglesey Coast

If you want to take your nature trip up a notch and truly get immersed in all its beauty and splendour, looking into the activities that can be done during your breaks from walking is the way to go. You may enjoy dinner in the floating cocktail bar that is only fifteen minutes away from the beach or get yourself immersed in unique activities like den building axe throwing or take a dip in the wood burner hot tub! Going glamping in the camping sites sprawled across the hiking trail on Anglesey Coast will surely make for a trip that you will want to come back to again and again!

Conclusion

There are multiple glamping sites that you can spend your stops in. While you are not walking and taking in the beautiful scenery, you may opt to take a break and enjoy the activities available in these “glamping” sites. These glamping sites are scattered throughout the walk to help you get the rest you need before moving on to the next leg of your trip around the Anglesey Coastal Path.

When you go on your walking tour, take your stops with Canvas Hamlet! We have created three luxury pop up glampsitesfor you! Each site has fully kitted out bell tents (and a shepherds hut at Forge Farm) available for booking. We have three locations this year, Forge Farm Near Llangollen, Anglesey and Bala! Make the most of your Anglesey walks by stopping at our glampsite!

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