Holyhead Anglesey Wales
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The first section of the Holyhead to Porth Trwyn path is attractive and low-lying. Unfortunately at the current time of writing it is divided in two by the Alaw Estuary, which is wide and dangerous to cross on foot. You can either do this section of the Anglesey Coastal Path walk in two halves; by walking the first half of the walk as far as Valley and the second from Llanfachraeth to Porth Trwyn or catch a bus between Llanynghenedl and Llanfachraeth to complete the entire section in one go.Leave St Cyby’s Church in a southerly direction and follow the pedestrianised high street for approximately 100 metres. Then, turn left and cross two pedestrian bridges – the Celtic Gateway – across the harbour. From here the walk passes through the station and port terminals, and once outside heads through a built up area before reaching the beach at Traeth Penrhos, and then skirting the Penrhos Coastal Park before reaching the aforementioned (in the Trearddur Bay section of the walks) 4 Mile Bridge. <br><br> You are now back on the Isle of Anglesey proper and the route heads north from this point toward Porth Trwyn at Llanfaethlu, passing en-route the Aber Alaw estuary and Llanfachraeth, and the beaches of Porth Penrhyn Mawr, Porth Twyn Mawr and Porth Trefadog
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