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Anglesey Coastal Path Section 2
Gwesty Gadlys Hotel is situated at the end of this route, the perfect for a place to relax and refuel. On this route you will find spectacular views and rugged cliffs that make this section of the coastal path a must see, travel through Cemlyn bay nature reserve and see some rare breeding grounds for the Arctic Tern colony. Click bellow to find out more
Anglesey Coastal Path Section 3
You will find Gwesty Gadlys Hotel at the start of this route making us an ideal location to begin your journey. This section is one of the most striking parts of the Anglesey coastal path where you can find an array of wildlife breathtaking views & old brickwork remains, click below for the full description of the route.
Once the largest Copper mine in the world, its abundance resulted in the growth of mining, ship building and a chemical industry in this small corner of the island. follow the link below to visit the copper kingdom website and discover more about this dramatic landscape.
Take a trip into Anglesey’s ancient history and visit this Roman settlement which may even predate the iron age. click on the link below to discover some more of the ancient history of the island.
Take to the courses
Bull Bay golf course,
“A Fair Challenge on Ancient Land”
Few places can rival the spectacular setting of Bull Bay Golf Club, an 18 hole course regarded as one of the best in North Wales.
Take to the seas
Sea Kayaking Wales, offer courses to suit all needs, a bit of family fun or for the serious sea ferrer, click on the link or call Kirsty to book with them directly on 07899662043
Stingray Angling Charter
With Dave Williams at the helm you can be assured of a fantastic day out, fishing, wildlife watching, sightseeing or spending an evening afloat enjoying cheese and wine. This former harbour master will keep you entertained throughout your entire journey.
Cemlyn Nature Reserve is known mainly as a valuable site for terns. Common Terns (Sterna hirundo), Sandwich Terns (Sterna sandvicensis) and Arctic Terns (Sterna paradisaea) breed there during the summer, with Sandwich Terns making their first appearance in late March or early April. Take a look at the short video to see what you can expect.