The North Wales coast is a mixture of
wonderful sandy beaches and family friendly towns and villages.
There’s some 60 miles of sea views from the North Wales path and,
at Prestatyn, the Wales Coast Path joins Offa’s
Dyke Path, Britain’s longest ancient monument and a National
Leaflets for this area can be found in the resources section at
the bottom of the page. The leaflet recommends some excellent walks
that can be found along this section of the path as well as some
great highlights that can be enjoyed along the way.
More walking suggestions
North Wales Coast & Dee Estuary Size (5 MB)
- Map: A mixture of gentle riverside walking, wonderful sandy beaches, and family friendly towns and villages - with a couple of more challenging inland options available for the more energetic.
Bangor to Prestatyn Size (4 MB)
- Bangor to Prestatyn - 60 miles of coastal walking