The Isle of Anglesey has some of the finest and most varied coastal scenery in the British Isles--from vast tidal estuaries and sandy bays to isolated coves and dramatic cliff scenery--and all within a coastline of just 125 miles. It also enjoys a rich historic heritage with visible remains of occupation reaching way back into prehistory. In fact Anglesey has one of the highest densities of prehistoric remains in the British Isles. In addition, there is easy access to a vast public rights of way network and around 100 miles of well-maintained coastal path.
Coastal Walks around Anglesey contains 22 circular walks which sample just about everything the island's coastline has to offer and have been chosen with all walkers in mind - from those looking for a casual half-day walk to add variety to a holiday, to the more ambitious who may complete two or more routes, perhaps as a less strenuous alternative to Snowdonia.
Those not familiar with the island will find the book useful as a guide to some of its most scenic and unspoilt locations.