About Us

Wales Walking Holidays is Anglesey Walking Holidays' sister company.

The original company was set up in 2006 by Eurwyn and Gillian Williams to coincide with the official opening of the Anglesey Coastal Path.

In our opinion, walking is definitely the best way to explore Wales.  Keen walkers ourselves, we have walked the whole Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path many times. In order to share our experiences, we decided to set up a service offering customers  a chance to enjoy stress-free walking around our beautiful island. 

In 2014, due to demand by a number of  our satisfied customers, we decided to offer similar walking holiday packages in other areas of mainland Wales.  Therefore, Wales Walking Holidays was set up. 

Areas where we operate include the Wales Coast Path , from Prestatyn in North East Wales to Fishguard in Pembrokeshire.  Sections covered are the North Wales Coast, the Isle of  Anglesey, Llŷn and Meirionnydd, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. Inland trails are also available including the  North Wales Path, Offa's Dyke  National Trail and Glyndwr's Way National Trail. 

Our combined packages include Anglesey and Wicklow (Ireland), as well as Anglesey and Snowdonia.  These are special packages concentrating on both mountains and coast.

Our American and Canadian visitors quite often fly into Dublin airport in order to savour the Irish delights before crossing the Irish Sea to Holyhead Port.  We are agents for both ferry companies, Stena and Irish Ferries.  The ferry tickets are included in your package.

Our staff

Eurwyn was born on the Isle of Anglesey, and his knowledge of the history and traditions of the area is an added bonus.  Gillian was born in Porthmadog, but moved to Anglesey in the 80's.

We both realise how lucky we are to be able to live and work in this unique and beautiful area. 

Both of us are fluent in English and Welsh.

Our Background

We both come from a television background.  Eurwyn is a television director and Gillian  script supervisor.  There is no better therapy for Eurwyn, when he returns after a busy spell in the Television Studios in Cardiff, than to come home to Anglesey to walk the Coastal Path. It’s an exhilarating and calming experience that we want to share with our customers.

Anglesey Walking Holidays have had regular features by the BBC (Radio and television) as well as local and national newspapers and magazines. The company is going from strength to strength. Over the years we have welcomed visitors from all over the world who arrive as customers but leave as friends.