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  • The Dee Estuary through the year

    Connect with nature all year round whilst exploring the path

  • Bagillt and Bettisfield

    Learn about the area's industrial heritage on this short walk with fine views across the Dee Estuary

  • Flint to Holywell

    From a meeting place for kings, through a medieval monastery to an ancient healing well.

  • Flint Marsh

    A short easy walk with an exploration of Flint Castle and along a wooded shore

  • Cycling on the north Wales coast

    A handy guide to where you can cycle on the North Wales Coast & Dee Estuary section of the Wales Coast Path.

  • Things to do - North Wales Coast

    It’s not all walking. In addition to the wide range of walking opportunities available, there are so many other things to see and do along the Coast Path.

  • Walking itineraries on the North Wales Coast

    Here are a few of our favourites walks and recommendations showing off the best of the Welsh coastline

  • Family Fun

    Explore the Wales Coast Path - perfect for all members of the family!

  • Beaches

    Visit the most picturesque and unspoilt beaches whilst walking the path

  • Passport

    Record your Wales Coast Path journey with our range of passports

  • Horse riding

    Parts of the path are suitable and have facilities for horse riders

  • Arts and Crafts

    Skilled and proud artisans have been a feature of Welsh life for centuries. Inspired by beautiful and dramatic countryside, the range of natural materials available to them, and the history all around them, those traditions thrive today.

  • Wildlife watching

    The Welsh coast and offshore islands are famed for their wealth of wildlife

  • Picnic paradise

    Whether your picnic of choice features traditional British classics or explores continental delights, there is no arguing that a great picnic site can make your meal rival any Michelin starred experience.

  • Meet the Path Officer - Isle of Anglesey

    Gruff Owen describes his favourite part of the Wales Coast Path.

  • Meet the Path Officer - North Wales Coast

    Gruff Owen describes how Wales’ rich industrial past interacts with the diverse nature along this section of the Welsh coastline.

  • Industrial History

    Remnants of our past are scattered all along the 870-mile-long Wales Coast Path. From industrial heritage to medieval churches to Bronze and Iron Age sites, the Welsh coast is littered with some magnificent and unique places.

  • Wales Coast Path Leaflets

    Download or order our path leaflets

  • Famous by Association

    Artists, writers and film and TV stars have all found inspiration and stunning locations in Wales, and around the Coast Path there are many locations associated with literature, paintings and films. Follow in their footsteps.

  • Sports lovers

    Apart from being a rugby nation, Wales now features Premier League football. It boasts a number of championship-class golf courses, has world-class sports arenas, hosts major international motor sport events, the Iron Man Wales triathlon, marathons, and the spectacular coastline has year-round water sports activities like yachting, powerboat and longboat racing.