Llandona to Lligwy Bay: 10.3 miles (16.5km) +239m -238m (18 May 2017)
From the hotel we drove to Lligwy Bay and the bus took us back to Llandona. As the tide was out we were able to walk along the beach. After several stone bridges we came to the Ship Inn at Red Wharf Bay, probably one of the most attractive bays on Anglesea. We were going to carry on a little further before having lunch but one of our party had lost his GPS for the umpteenth time so while he and his wife went back to where he may have dropped it we sat on the sea wall and had lunch.
A little later they both returned with the GPS which with his GPS. His wife then securely tied it to his rucksack.
A little further on we reached Benllech, an extremely popular resort and then on to the sea cliffs overlooking the bay. We eventually reached Moelfre, an attractive coastal village with a tiny seafront and pebble beach. Rounding the headland lead us to Llygwy Bay and the end of the day’s walk.
On the way home we stopped at the Romano-British settlement of Din Llugwy. It is one of the best preserved examples of a polygonal enclosure, The enclosure represents a farming settlement of some status and comprises a series of rectangular and circular structures.