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Anglesey, Wales

The Coastal Path to Cwyfan Bay walking and hiking route


Walk Instructions

Leave the car parking area close to the church, head downhill towards the estuary. The footpath is located by entering a wide driveway close to where the road curves right. Make towards a gate marked Y Cei, and turn right, soon joining the estuary side footpath – heading towards the sea.

Ignore a waymarked opportunity to depart from the estuary, but soon after, with Aberffraw Bay coming into sight, veer right, through a "kissing gate" to enter a grassed area.

When the path splits go left, then right at the next divide, heading towards a ramshackle building, where a waymark confirms the way. Cross a beach then continue along a clear grassed path.

The sea, rocks and hundreds of seabirds to the left. Lots of wild flowers too, including large clusters of Thrift and blackberries galore.

Continue on the delightful coastal path, past an island of rocks Carreg-y-trail, to a larger beach and the location of the marooned St. Cwyfan's church, a 12th century foundation.

At that point a waymark points right (away from the sea), and leads onto another, much larger beach, and the location of the marooned St. Cwyfan's church - another 12th century foundation.

Walk to the end of the beach, being aware of the tides, towards an isolated white painted cottage - Ty'n-twll. A retrospective view of the beach, the church and the sea beyond is unforgettable, given favourable light.

If the tide is low one can walk out to St. Cwyfan's church.

Walk along the access road, with glimpses of the motor racing circuit on the left, seeking a pronounced right turn – 50 yds beyond this, cross a stile on the right, near a telegraph pole, to cross the field to a waymarked gate/stile. Veer slightly right across the next field, towards another stile on the left. Cross this, then keeping close to the left hand boundary, head up the field to an exit gate.

Cross the next field, veering half left, towards a footbridge, then maintain the same line across the next field, aiming for a "kissing gate" situated on the high plateau.

Beyond this gate accompany the left hand boundary to emerge onto a road. Turn left to return to the church in Aberffraw.


Disclaimer: This route was correct at time of writing. However, alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur, and there is no guarantee of permanent access. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described. It is walkers' own responsibility to be adequately prepared and equipped for the ‎level of walk and the weather conditions and to assess the safety and accessibility of the walk.


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