Anglesey Coastal Path is a footpath that stretches around the coast of the island of Anglesey in Wales. The path has a total distance of 124 miles and is highly popular with hikers. The paths official start point is in Holyhead, The path passes through many of Anglesey's little towns. Its was originally created by hikers but it has been officially recognised and many of the paths have been improved by the local authorities. The whole path is signposted and is popular for its scenic views and for its terrain.
The best way to get there is to head for Anglesey by car, bus or train. The main start point is Holyhead but you can access the route at many points.
Opening Times and Admission
The coastal path is free to use to all and is open at all hours although it is only majoritively lit by natural daylight.