From beginners to the more experienced, our top picks of Anglesey’s number of beautiful trails has something for everyone.

Whether you’re looking for a trail that hugs the coastline or looking to explore further inland, our curated guide to our favourite Anglesey walks is designed to help you discover the island’s ancient secrets.

Stone ruins on a hill

Llanlliana Head & Porth Wen

If you’re staying with us at Top Of Wales, this trail is right of your doorstep. With lots to see as you go, from Porth Wen Brickworks to the King Edward VII Coronation Tower, this trek will take you around some of Wales most northerly points.

Walk Duration: Approx. 2hr 46min
Walk Difficulty: Moderate

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Parys Mountain

With landscapes straight from a sci-fi film, explore Parys Mountain historic peeks and troughs. Formerly the world’s largest copper mine, Parys Mountain’s vibrant colours have to be seen to be believed. A short, easy trail.

Walk Duration: Approx. 1hr 3min
Walk Difficulty: Easy

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Rocky hills with multiple trails
A black bird flying through the air

Beaumaris to Penmon Point

Enjoy the beautiful coastal town of Beaumaris before heading out on this coastal path. From stunning Georgian houses to jaw dropping mountainous views, this trail has something for everyone. See if you can spot the Menai Bridge, or keep an eye out for Puffin Island, a protected habitat for birds.

Walk Duration: Approx. 1hr
Walk Difficulty: Easy

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Newborough Beach and Ynys Llanddwyn

Discover The Isle of Anglesey’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with this moderate trail. Starting at Bodorgan, the trail takes you along the length of the beach. Take in the stunning coastal views as you traverse towards Tŵr Mawr, the lighthouse that proudly overlooks the cove.

Be sure to double check the tide times and make sure your furry friend is on a lead.

Walk Duration: Approx. 1hr 14min
Walk Difficulty: Moderate

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The sea with rocks and mountains in the background

Trearddur Bay to Rhoscolyn

Offering amazing views of the North Wales coast, this challenging route takes you from Port Castell and around the Wales Coastal Path, offering sandy beaches and unspoilt views of the Eryri National Park.

Walk Duration: Approx. 2hr 30min
Walk Difficulty: Challenging

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