This section of the path takes you through a National
Nature Reserve where you’ll enjoy dunes, conifer forest, and huge
expanses of beach leading to the delightful island at Llanddwyn. The
remainder of the walk is a mixture of farmland and dunes, ending by
joining the Ffraw estuary into Aberffraw itself. Snowdonia, and also the
Lleyn Peninsula provide a powerful backdrop to the walk.
The walk starts at Llyn Rhos Ddu lake, before
skirting Newborough Forest and reaching the beach at Newborough. From
here it is a short walk to the wonders of Llanddwyn Island, the
beautiful coves, clear waters and the legend of Saint Dwynwen.
It is so pleasant you might not want to leave!
But leave you must, and the walk cuts through Newborough Forest again,
this time skirting Malltraeth Bay, before reaching Malltraeth, Hermon
(with its old fashioned windmill) and on to Aberffraw.
This again is one of Anglesey's, if not Wales, most beautiful places -
and the historic old bridge over the Afon Ffraw points the way toward to
this pleasant seaside village.
No map !
Jan 01, 2016 by Roger Turner
No map ! It is very helpful if a map is included as well as directions.
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