The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path stretches for 125 miles around Wales' biggest island. It passes no less than six of Anglesey's beaches flying the Blue Flag. It also ventures inland where the footpath takes you through open spaces, hills and woodland. The path is a favorite with wildlife enthusiast with all sorts of bird species along the route including puffins, cormorants and wading birds.

Highlights along the way include Holyhead Mountain (the highest point on the island), South Stack lighthouse and sea cliffs, sea arches at Bwa Gwyn (Rhoscolyn), Ynys y Fydlyn (Carmel Head), and Porth Wen, Llanddwyn island, Menai Suspension bridge, Britannia Bridge, Llangwyfan (Aberffraw) Llanbadrig and St Tysilio (Menai Bridge) churches, Cemlyn Nature Reserve, and Penmon Point and Priory!

The official start point of the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is St Cybi's church, in the centre of Holyhead. The entire path involves fairly low level walking, with the highest point being Holyhead Mountain 220m. Efforts have been made to reduce the number of stiles and some parts can be used by cyclists and horseriders. Below are the sections that the tourist board have laid out - to see the full route please visit `VisitAnglesey'

Section 1: Holyhead - Porth Trwyn
Section 2: Porth Trwyn - Cemaes
Section 3: Cemaes - Amlwch Port
Section 4: Amlwch Port - Moelfre
Section 5: Moelfre - Pentraeth
Section 6: Pentraeth - Beaumaris
Section 7: Beaumaris - Llanfairpwll
Section 8: Moel y Don - Llyn Rhos Ddu
Section 9: Llyn Rhos Ddu - Aberffraw
Section 10: Aberffraw - Four Mile Bridge
Section 11: Four Mile Bridge - Trearddur
Section 12: Trearddur - Holyhead