This is a little walk (about 2 miles) which I found in a book calledAll Terrain Pushchair Walks: Anglesey and Lleyn Pennisula (All-Terrain Pushchair Walks)
You park in a small car park by the Priory and Dovecote for which there is a small charge towards the maintenance of the car park and toll road. You can go inside both buildings which the children enjoy.
The walk takes you across some fields, through a small wooded area and onto the headland in front of a lighthouse.
|View across the headland taking in the beach, lighthouse, Puffin Island and cafe (white building to the right)|
The views and landscape are gorgeous and people drive directly to Penmon Point to enjoy them but the walk is so easy that I certainly wouldn’t.
This was the first walk that my youngest, Josephine did in its entirety at nearly 3 years old and the changing landscape helped to keep her engaged as the lazy little monkey would have preferred her normal position in the baby carrier!
However, by re-enacting one of her Dora the Explorer books we found ourselves walking through ‘Mucky Mud’, the ‘Spooky Forest’ and by ‘Froggy Pond’. (Ok – so Froggy Pond was the sea but call it creative licence!).
This is suitable for off road prams but you will need to lift the buggy over 1 or 2 stiles.