Edge of Wales Walk
co-operation with Gwynedd Council, we are helping to develop a way-marked
coastal path all around the Llŷn
Peninsula. The very
best of this route leads from Clynnog Fawr to Bardsey Island, now called the Edge of Wales Walk.
This is Britain’s
newest long distance path, much of it National Trust owned. 75% is along
sandy beaches / cliff path, 15% is on moorland, 8% on quiet lanes and tracks
and only 2% beside anything as urban as a B road.
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Self - guiding
& baggage carrying
This is your
holiday - we will help you to create a walking plan to suit your requirements, time and ambition.
We will provide you with detailed easy to follow maps,
GPS kit and local
information to guide you on your way.
We think it to
be the most beautiful walk in Wales with spectacular views and abundant
wildlife along an unspoilt coast.
Many of the Pilgrim
Stones, Churches and Wells remain and you will have a chance to explore
the Tre'r Ceiri Iron Age fort, climb the peak at Yr Eifl, visit the Heritage
Centre at Nant Gwrtheyrn and enjoy the hospitality of the Gegin Fawr, Aberdaron,
where medieval Pilgrims could also claim their last meal before crossing
to the Isle of the Saints, Bardsey.
How to get here
It’s now a lot
closer than you think!
The new dual-carriage
A55 brings you quickly from the M6 to nearby Bangor, or choose quieter
scenic roads through Snowdonia. And we collect from Manchester Airport,
the Dublin Ferry at Holyhead, the National Express coach terminal at Caernarfon,
or the Rail stations at Bangor or Pwllheli.
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