Wales Coast Path and Circular Walks
The path follows Gwynedd’s coastline, stretching 180 miles from Llanfairfechan in the north of the county, down to Machynlleth near the south of the county. By following the path you can enjoy the splendour of the areas diverse landscape, there are small coves and long sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and wild heathland.
The path is part of the Wales Coast Path, which stretches 870 miles along the whole coast of Wales.
For further information, including maps to download, go to the Wales Coast Path website.
Circular Walks off the Wales Coast Path
To make the most of the coastal walking offer, 18 circular walks have been developed by Gwynedd Council through funding received by the Coastal Communities Fund. The circular walks give you the opportunity to enjoy the Coast Path, but also to appreciate nature, heritage, culture and adventure opportunities available in the nearby villages and towns.
Below is a list of the circular walk locations, which cater for a variety of users.
Walking the Paths
Wear suitable walking shoes and suitable warm and waterproof clothing and / or sun block in hot weather.
This map is a rough guide – we recommend that you use the Ordnance Survey map scale 1:25000 relevant to your journey.
Please follow the Countryside Code:
Respect, Protect and Enjoy
Distance - 15 km / 9.3 miles
Approx time – 5 hours
Ordnance Survey Map – Explorer 253
Parking – Aberdaron Car Park SH172 264
Cylchdaith Aberdaron Circular Walk (PDF, 2MB)