You can experience the 'Moelfre Maritime and Ancient Past' walk which will tell you about shipwrecks, cannibalism, smugglers and ghosts, or go on the Lions Trail in Llanfair PG, so named because of the four magnificent lions that sit on either end of Britannia Bridge.
Most walks are on the Coastal Footpath and feature stunning scenery, flora and fauna with varied geological rock faces - home to a large variety of nesting bird colonies, especially on Holy Island which is ideal for birdwatchers.
Further inland, see the old coal mines at Pentre Berw, and, new for 2007, two walks suitable for wheelchair users at National Nature Reserves. There's also the opportunity to hop on a bus and enjoy day tours taking you on artists', church and local produce trails.
All the walks are guided by professional, knowledgeable guides who will help you get the most from your experience. There will be the opportunity to spend some evenings in the company of local historians, and a chance to dine on local Welsh produce. Refreshments will be available in most places and some will also include visits to local businesses.
Also this year, the Isle of Anglesey coastline celebrates 40 years as a confirmed Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Most of the walks are within Anglesey's AONB and will be accompanied by officers from the Countryside and AONB team.
In 2007, in order to sustain the festival, and develop it for the future we are charging a fee per walk and also giving participants an option to enjoy some walks through the medium of Welsh. We hope this does not effect your participation or enjoyment.
Please note that booking is higly reccomended for these walks. The booking form can be downloaded from the 'booking' section of this site.Topic: Anglesey Walking Festival, Anglesey Coastal Path
Location: Isle of Anglesey, North Wales
Organiser Email: email@example.com
More Info: www.angleseywalkingfestival.com/index.php
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