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The North Wales Coast

Anglesey, Caernarfonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire
(Also see Gwynedd in Mid Wales Coast)

Discover the Coast of North Wales on holiday or on your doorstep



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Beaches in North Wales
With 250 miles of coastline, beaches aren't hard to come by. You'll discover a fantastic variety of diverse beaches in North Wales...

North Wales Coast Path
The North Wales coast is a mixture of wonderful sandy beaches and family friendly towns and villages...

Living Seas - North Wales WT
The sea around North Wales is special in many ways and is home to a vast array of weird and wonderful wildlife...

Coastal Anglesey
Information at Visit Anglesey with a brief overview and further pages about beaches and outdoors activities.

Isle of Anglesey Coast Path
World class geology and picturesque beaches are found along this glorious coastline...

Anglesey AONB
The Isle of Anglesey’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, has one of the most distinctive, attractive and varied landscapes in the British Isles...

Anglesey Nature
This site provides information on the natural environment of the Isle of Anglesey...

Flintshire County Council - Coast
Flintshire’s Coast stretches for 25 miles from Chester to Gronant and forms part of the Wales Coastal Path...

Dee Estuary - Point of Ayr - RSPB
This is a remote part of the Dee Estuary reserve located on the northern-most tip of Wales...

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Haven Coastal Holiday Parks

Family friendly coastal parks with everything from camping pitches to chalets and lodges. With all amenities on site the whole day is free to explore the Welsh coastline and beaches.

Latest News

RSS North Wales WT News
  • A tribute to Peter Hope Jones 13th August 2020
    We were sad to hear in mid-July, of the death of one of our Vice Presidents, Peter Hope Jones, aged 85 after a long period of ill health. It marks the loss of someone who quietly made an outstanding contribution to Welsh ornithology and nature conservation, and who was highly respected by many.
  • North Wales Wildlife Trust’s response to Coronavirus 31st July 2020
    The health and wellbeing of the public, volunteers and staff are of utmost importance to the North Wales Wildlife Trust.
  • Marchwiel Marsh is restored! 15th May 2020
    Earlier in 2020 the Wrexham Industrial Estate Living Landscape project transformed a marsh that had dried up at Marchwiel, on the outskirts of the estate.
  • Applications for youth traineeships now open! 11th February 2020
    North Wales Wildlife Trust are offering a free conservation training course for young people in Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy this summer.
  • Plast Off! - Finishing 2019 as we started it, with a big community beach clean! 13th January 2020
    We said fairwell to 2019 with another ‘Plast Off!’ beach clean event on the west coast of Anglesey. This time around, members of our NE Wales Youth Forum were in the driving seat; organising the logistics, running activities and handing out equipment. Here is 14 year old Jacob’s report on the day’s events.
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