GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Bull Bay Circular Walk

5 miles (8 km)

This beautiful village sits just to the west of Amlwch on the north coast of Anglesey.
Bull Bay is notable as the most northerly village in Wales.
This circular walk from the village takes you along a section of the Anglesey Coast Path to neighbouring town of Amlwch. It's a splendid section of the coast with fine views from the cliff top paths and some wonderful rock formations to see on the way.
From Amlwch you then follow inland roads and footpaths back to the village via Burwen and the golf course.
In Amlwch you could stop off to visit the Copper Kingdom visitor centre where you can find out all about the fascinating history of this major copper mining town.

Postcode

LL68 9SA - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

Bull Bay OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Bull Bay Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Walks near Bull Bay

  • Amlwch - This attractive town sits in a beautiful spot on the north east coast of Anglesey
  • Parys Mountain - This circular walk on the Isle of Anglesey visits the fascinating disused copper mines of Parys Mountain
  • Copper Trail Anglesey - This splendid circular cycle route takes you on a tour of the wonderful Isle of Anglesey in Wales
  • Cemaes Bay - This lovely circular walk explores Cemaes Bay and Wylfa Head on the Anglesey coast
  • Porth Wen Brickworks - This circular walk on Anglesey visits the Porth Wen Brickworks before heading to the nearby Dinas Gynfor coastal hillfort and Llanlleiana Porcelain Works
  • Cemlyn Bay - Enjoy a stroll along Cemlyn Bay and lagoon on this delightful coastal walk on the Isle of Anglesey
  • Llyn Alaw - Enjoy a stroll along this large reservoir on the Isle of Anglesey
  • Cemlyn Bay - Enjoy a stroll along Cemlyn Bay and lagoon on this delightful coastal walk on the Isle of Anglesey
  • Mynydd Bodafon - This walk climbs to Mynydd Bodafon on the eastern side of the Isle of Anglesey.
  • Moelfre - This walk takes you from the village to the nearby beach at Lligwy Bay
  • Anglesey Coast Path - Follow the beautiful coastline of the Isle of Anglesey on the fabulous walk

Pubs/Cafes

Back in the village you can enjoy relaxation and refreshment at the Trecastell Hotel. They are positioned in a great spot with an outdoor seating area providing fine views over the water. You can find them at 28 Trecastell Park with postcode LL68 9SA for your sat navs.

Dog Walking

The coastal paths make for a bracing dog walk. The Trecastell Hotel mentioned above is also dog friendly.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

For more walking ideas in the area see the Anglesey Walks page.

Photos

Bull Bay - geograph.org.uk - 91248

Bull Bay. Bull Bay, looking East, showing typical Anglesey rocky coastal features

Bull Bay - geograph.org.uk - 231969

Bull Bay is also known as Porth Llechog.

Bull Bay coastline - geograph.org.uk - 466923

This panoramic view eastwards is from the purpose-built look-out point, near the Bull Bay Golf Club.

Launching area at Bull Bay - geograph.org.uk - 1465083

Launching area at Bull Bay

Reefs immediately east of Traeth Dynion - geograph.org.uk - 1099651

Reefs immediately east of Traeth Dynion

Cliffs near Garreg Fawr - geograph.org.uk - 1099705

Cliffs near Garreg Fawr

The Bull Bay Golf Course - geograph.org.uk - 1214765

The Bull Bay Golf Course

View east along the cliff tops in the direction of Amlwch - geograph.org.uk - 1106730

View east along the cliff tops in the direction of Amlwch. The buildings on the far promontory were part of the now disused works of Octel/Great Lakes Chemicals, the manufacturers of engine "antiknock" products based on bromine extracted from sea water.

Video

GPS Files

GPX File

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