Your activities on and around Anglesey

Anglesey is a great island for walking.

As well as the Anglesey Coastal Path we have The Saints footpaths, circular walks tracing the footsteps of our Island’s early saints. The walks combine Anglesey’s wonderful scenery with many of its historic and prehistoric sites. They are carefully graded, to ensure that the right level can be chosen, and leaflets feature details of all public facilities and amenities along the way.

Isle of Anglesey Coast path

At 125 miles, the Anglesey Coastal Path falls within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which covers 90% of the coast. It < href="" title="Our Coast Path walk to Beaumaris">runs along one edge of our land at Coed y Berclas, so if you go to the top of the drive and turn either left or right, you’ll be walking on the Coastal Path. There is a file containing all the Path sections, in both the Cottage and the Apartment.


The Anglesey and Welsh National cycle routes pass through the village (Llandegfan). There is cycle storage in the utility room beside the holiday cottage, and by arrangement, for holiday apartment guests. Sustrans is a charity encouraging people to cycle, walk and use public transport, with pages on their website covering Anglesey/North Wales. There are many good lanes to cycle on Anglesey.

There are also mountain bike routes in Snowdonia. Bike hire and route information is available in a number of locations locally.


If golf is high on your list of things to do on Anglesey, Baron Hill Golf Course, just along the lane from Coed y Berclas, will offer a warm welcome to visitors. Contact them at Beaumaris, Anglesey. North Wales. LL58 8YW. Tel 01248 810231.

You can play on any of eight courses on the Island. Visit the Anglesey County Council website Golfing pages for information about the Anglesey Golf Pass.

Horse Riding

We know of two riding schools:- Anglesey Riding Centre, Dwyran 01248 430377, towards the south western corner of the island and Cromlech Manor Farm 01248 853489, one mile from the Blue Flag beach of Benllech Bay. Both cater for novice and advanced riders.

Anglesey Coast Rib Rides

Explore the stunning coastline of Anglesey in a skippered rigid inflatable boat (RIB). Experience the tranquility of the Menai Straits, its stately homes, tides and whirlpools or travel seaward to Llanddwyn island, a rocky peninsula of outstanding beauty, surrounded by white sandy beaches. Exhilerating..! There are a number of companies, based in Menai Bridge and Beaumaris who offer this service: Rib-ride 03331 234303 in Menai Bridge, Seawake 01248 716335 in Menai Bridge, Seacoast Safaris 07854 028393 in Beaumaris.

Boat and fishing trips in larger vessels are also available – two companies are based in Beaumaris and there are others around the Anglesey coast: Seacoast Safaris 07854028393 in Beaumaris, Starida Sea Services 01248 810251 in Beaumaris.


Watersports are widespread around the coast of Anglesey – including surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, scuba diving, water skiing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing…. There are numerous launching sites, one of which is at Menai Bridge only two miles away.

At Coed y Berclas Holiday Cottage and Holiday Apartment there’s plenty of parking space for a jet ski or a small power craft as well as cars. Look at the Admiralty Tide Tables to check for best launch times and remember there are strong tides in the Menai Strait which can be fun if treated with respect.

There are teaching facilities in various watersports to be found on the island and at Plas Menai – the National Water Sports Centre between Port Dinorwic and Caernarfon LL55 1UE 01248 670964 – on the mainland side of the Menai Strait.

At Dolgarrog, in the Conwy valley, several miles from the sea, Surf Snowdonia offers an exciting opportunity to learn to surf using new technology to produce large waves in a big outdoor ‘pool’, 01492 353123.