Top dog walks on Anglesey

Coastal Holidays Top Dog Walks on Anglesey

The Welsh Coastal Path is within easy access of most Coastal properties on Anglesey and the Lleyn. It provides spectacular scenery for some memorable dog walks. There are numerous sign-posted circular walks which offer beach, heath and forest walks.

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Circular Walks on Anglesey’s Coast for you and your dog

The Anglesey Coastal Path follows much of the island’s 125 mile coastline within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is readily accessible from all parts of the island and clearly way-marked. There is a wonderful selection of ten circular walks developed by Anglesey County Council which reflect every corner of the island, from breathtaking coastal scenery to gentle pasture and forest. The circular walks will allow you and your dog to explore the captivating coastal scenery of Anglesey. NB dogs are restricted on some Anglesey beaches – see below for details.

Dog Walks in North East Anglesey

Brynrefail Circular Walk starts with a coastal walk at Lligwy Beach near Dulas and includes a climb to the summit of Bodafon Mountain before a return to the beach. Directions and map are available at the link below:

Circular Walk – Brynrefail

Bull Bay Circular Walk starts with a walk across the fields past a ruined windmill to the coastal path at Porth Wen where there are some dramatic cliff formations to be witnessed along the return journey. Directions and map are available at the link below:

Circular Walk – Bull Bay

Cemaes Bay Circular Walk starts from the car park in Cemaes and takes in lanes and paths across the fields to meet the Anglesey Coastal Path. You continue along the cliffs with steep climbs up and down towards Llanbadrig Church around the headland and back to Cemaes. Directions and map are available at the link below:

Circular Walk – Cemaes Bay

Dog Walks in North West Anglesey

Holyhead Mountain Circular Walk starts at Holyhead Country Park where you follow a path to North Stack and around to South Stack with spectacular views of the cliffs before dropping down to the beach at Porth Dafarch. Then it is across the fields back to the country park. Directions and map are available at the link below:

Circular Walk – Holyhead Mountain

Rhosneigr Circular Walk starts from the off road parking area on the A4080 with a circuit of Llyn Maelog where there is opportunity to see a great many birds and other wildlife. Then it is back across the road to walk through the sand dunes of Traeth Llydan to reach the river running from Llyn Maelog to the sea. Directions and map are available at the link below:

Circular Walk – Rhosneigr

Eastern Anglesey

Llanddona Circular Walk starts from the beach car park at Red Wharf Bay with a walk along the beach to join the Anglesey Coastal Path before heading across the fields to the high ground at Bwrdd Arthur (Arthur’s Table) an ancient hillfort with magnificent views of Snowdonia. Then it is down the hill across fields and along lanes to the sea once more. Directions and map are available at the link below:

Circular Walk – Llanddona

Pentraeth Circular Walk. From Brick Street car park in Pentraeth, follow the signs across the fields to Red Wharf Bay before taking the Anglesey Coastal Path and then returning through Pentraeth Forest. Directions and map are available at the link below:

Circular Walk – Pentraeth

South West Anglesey

Brynsiencyn Circular Walk starts from the car park opposite Y Groeslon and takes you through woods and over the fields to walk alongside the Menai Strait before turning inland and climbing to higher ground back across the fields to Brynsiencyn with impressive views of Snowdonia along the way. Directions and map are available at the link below:

Circular Walk – Brynsiencyn


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