Anglesey Coastal Path

I took the day off yesterday to walk the southern stretch of the Anglesey Coastal Path, a stretch from Moel-y-don, down by the Straits of Anglesey, heading westwards, partly along the sea shore, otherwise across fields to the south of the Regency houses which took advantage of the views across to Snowdon.   It was a transcendent green:-

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The old ruined church at Llanidan is now padlocked:-

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Always ahead were the mountains of the Lleyn Peninsula:-

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Eventually, beyond the Sea Zoo and what was the Mermaid Inn, the path heads inland past hedgerows full of bluebells and across the fields towards Newborough and Dwyran:-

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