Officials managing the Anglesey Coastal Path spent three days publicising its features and attractions at the Outdoors Show, held at the National Exhibition Centre last weekend (March 26th-28th).
The display featured a map of the 125-mile trek, which circumnavigates most of the island's coastline and also covers Holy Island, which is normally the starting point for ferry journeys to Ireland.
Those enjoying coastal scenery can take in views across the Menai Straits to the mainland, the sands of Red Wharf Bay, the pebble beach at Moelfre and views of the Irish Sea.
Visitors keen to enjoy walking on Anglesey might wish to buy some new walking shoes
before they set off, along with a trekking pole
As well as offering a long walk along its coast, the island has a number of other attractions such as Beaumaris Castle, the Marquis of Angelsey's Column and the railway station sign at Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, the longest place name in Britain.
Posted by Elaine Arthur