This section of the path begins along the shore, then
heads inland slightly through woodland.
The path then closely follows a diverse stretch of coastline with rocky
inlets, intermittent sandy coves and a series of striking cliffs in
unusual colours. You’ll pass the sea arches of ‘Bwa Gwyn’ and ‘Bwa Du’
before reaching a more developed section of coastline into Trearddur.
The walk starts where the 4 mile Bridge crosses the
Inland Sea, or as it also known the Cymyran Strait. It is a fascinating
stretch of water that separates Holy Island (Ynys Cybi), from the Isle
of Anglesey. The waters, with their swirling tidal currents, are popular
with both sailing boats and sea kayaks and canoes.
After a short distance the trail heads away from the shoreline before
returning to the coast at Silver Bay, and continuing around the
headlands to the beach at Borth Wen.
From Borth Wen the path skirts the headland at Rhoscolyn, passing the
Holy Well of St Gwenfaen in a remote location high on the cliff tops.
The path then heads out along a rocky coastline passing the sea arches
of ‘Bwa Du’ and ‘Bwa Gwyn’ before reaching the beaches of Trearddur Bay.
Review Anglesey Coastal Path- Four Mile Bridge to Trearddur.