North Anglesey has its own heritage coast that covers the eighteen miles between Church Bay in the west and Dulas Bay to the east.
This is fine walking terrain and takes in varied scenery, including rugged coastline, craggy limestone cliffs, sandy beaches, a lagoon and a nature reserve.
The major centre is Almwch port, which in the 1800s was the largest Copper mine in the world. The walk also takes in Llanbadrig, which according to local legend was built by St. Patrick in 440 AD on his way to bring Christianity to the Irish.
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