Here at Silver Bay, we think Anglesey is pretty great. We benefit greatly from the picturesque background we are lucky enough to reside in. Wales is one of the best places to be if you are an avid walker. We have hills, scenery, beaches, and the pubs to stop off after a long trek aren’t too bad either.
There are a number of beautiful walks all over the Anglesey coast for all range of walking abilities. Whether you are an experienced walker looking for lengthy and challenging walks, or someone who just enjoys some fresh air, Anglesey has it all.
Here at Silver Bay, we are endlessly proud of our private beach, which won the Green Coast Award! It’s not only scenic, full of character and relaxation, but it’s a great starting place for a walk.
Here are a few walks which start at Silver Bay, and end back at Silver Bay. Ready, set, GO!
Silver Bay Beach Loop
This relaxing walk takes you in a loop from the beach, right back to it! The walk is long enough just to get your heart rate up and stretch your legs. This route stretches 3.39km, perfect for the whole family to get those steps in. To The Deckhouse for a refreshment anyone?
Silver Bay – Traeth Borthwen – Silver Bay
What’s better than the beach? TWO beaches! This walk takes you from Silver Bay Beach to Borthwen Beach in no time! The walk is 3.71km long, just slightly longer than the Silver Bay Loop. This walk takes you on a beautiful coastal route, perfect for all the budding photographers. Pack up a picnic and get your trainers on! The best bit? When you’re finished, you end up right back where you started.
Silver Bay – Borthwen Beach – St. Gwenfaen’s Church – Silver Bay
This is for the avid walkers! Following the coastal walk to Borthwen Beach, this walk gives you the choice of carrying on further, or turning back. Choosing to continue on, this stretch is 6.01km. Passing the fabulous Gastro Pub, The White Eagle you can be sure of a refreshment en route! This walk takes you to St. Gwenfaen’s Church where you can appreciate the stunning medieval architecture, built in 650 AD. After this, you follow the route right back to Silver Bay Beach – just in time for tea!