GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Moelfre to Lligwy Walk

4 miles (6.5 km)

This walk takes you from the village to the nearby beach at Lligwy Bay. It's about a two mile walk from the village to the beach, so 4 miles there and back. The footpath is pretty flat for the whole of the route and follows the waymarked Anglesey Coast Path.
The walk starts at Porth Moelfre where there is a small beach and a row of pretty cottages. You head north from here towards Ynys Moelfre, a picturesque little island just of the coast of the village.
From here you head west along the path to Lligwy Bay. There's a lovely beach here which is popular with windsurfers and other windpowered watersport enthusiasts.
After enjoying the beach the walk return to Moelfre on the same paths.

Moelfre OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Moelfre Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Walks near Moelfre

Pubs/Cafes

Back in Moelfre head to the Kimmel Arms, for some refreshments. The pub sits close to a small shingle beach and has fantastic, panoramic views of Moelfre Bay. The pub has a good menu and is also dog friendly with treats at the bar for your pet! You can find the pub at 8 Maes Hyfryd with a postcode of LL72 8HN for your sat navs.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

To continue your walking from Moelfre try the Benllech to Moelfre Walk which heads south from the village. Benllechhas an award winning beach with views to the Great Orme and Penmon Point.
Just to the west you'll find the noteworthy Mynydd Bodafon, the highest point on the Island of Anglesey. There are great views over the island from the 178 metre high summit.
Head north along the coast and you will come to Amlwch. The coastal town is well worth exploring with a visit to the Copper Kingdom visitor centre in Port Almwch recommended. Here you can learn all about the history of Amlwch's 18th century “Copper Rush” in a series of interesting exhibitions. The splendid Amlwch Walk will take you along the coast to the historic lighthouse and viewpoint at Point Lynas. To the west there's also the beautiful neighbouring village of Bull Bay, the most northerly village in Wales.
On the southern edge of the lovely Red Wharf Bay, is the Pentraeth Forest where you can enjoy peaceful woodland trails, climb to Mynydd Llwydiarth and look out for the resident red squirrels.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Anglesey Walks page.

Photos

Moelfre - geograph.org.uk - 574794

Moelfre from the coast path to the lifeboat station

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Moelfre

Moelfre beach on Lifeboat Day - geograph.org.uk - 1464588

Moelfre beach on Lifeboat Day

Isle of Anglesey Coast Path, Moelfre - geograph.org.uk - 851101

Isle of Anglesey Coast Path, Moelfre

Kite surfer on Lligwy Beach - geograph.org.uk - 79143

Kite surfer on Lligwy Beach

Lligwy Bay - geograph.org.uk - 441185

Lligwy Bay

Ynys Moelfre and Y Swnt - geograph.org.uk - 1432819

Ynys Moelfre and Y Swnt

GPS Files

GPX File

Moelfre.gpx (On Desktop:Right Click>'Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold>Share>Save to Files')

Memory Map Route

Moelfre.mmo (On Desktop:Right Click>'Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold >Share>Save to Files)