Criccieth Coastal Path


Published on my travel blog Damnvan1


We are exploring this area of Wales in more detail. Today we walked along the Welsh Coastal path out of Criccieth towards Llanystumdwy where we are staying. OK so we didn’t walk a long way, just about four miles, but it was HOT! The weather was beautiful and the scenery amazing.image

We strolled past Criccieth Castle and out along the path. A well maintained path with lovely views.


We arrived at this lovely beach owned and maintained by the National Trust. Benji dog had a wonderful time charging through the calm sea and leaping over small waves.

Criccieth is very campervan friendly, providing ample parking at an astronomical fee of £1 for four hours! Probably the best bargain of our time away.


Criccieth is a small Welsh town which is old fashioned and quiet and very nice. There is a lack of chain shops with no Costa Coffee or Macdonalds…

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About Noddfacrafts

I live in a small cottage in the Clwydian hills of North Wales. I left a career in Radiology management to pursue a country life of crafts, vintiquing, and wine tasting. I adore to travel but love to come home. I have a great husband and three fantastic children with three gorgeous grand children. Life is good but I believe it is also what you make it. My current mantra is "adventure before dementia"

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