Llyn Rhos Ddu Newborough Anglesey Wales
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This section of the path takes you through a National Nature Reserve where you’ll enjoy dunes, conifer forest, and huge expanses of beach leading to the delightful island at Llanddwyn. The remainder of the walk is a mixture of farmland and dunes, ending by joining the Ffraw estuary into Aberffraw itself. Snowdonia, and also the Lleyn Peninsula provide a powerful backdrop to the walk. The walk starts at Llyn Rhos Ddu lake, before skirting Newborough Forest and reaching the beach at Newborough. From here it is a short walk to the wonders of Llanddwyn Island, the beautiful coves, clear waters and the legend of Saint Dwynwen. <br><br> It is so pleasant you might not want to leave!<br><br> But leave you must, and the walk cuts through Newborough Forest again, this time skirting Malltraeth Bay, before reaching Malltraeth, Hermon (with its old fashioned windmill) and on to Aberffraw. <br><br> This again is one of Anglesey's, if not Wales, most beautiful places - and the historic old bridge over the Afon Ffraw points the way toward to this pleasant seaside village.
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