The twin lighthouses on Llanddwyn Island, Isle of Anglesey

Fiona Barltrop walks along Anglesey’s Menai shore from Brynsiencyn to Newborough Warren via the beach and Llanddwyn  Island

GIVEN ITS PROXIMITY TO THE MOUNTAINS OF SNOWDONIA, the Isle of Anglesey is probably overlooked by most hill-loving walkers. The highest point – situated on Holy Island, which lies just to the west of the main island of Anglesey, to which it’s connected by two road links – is a mere 220 metres above sea level, but in an island as low-lying as this it’s a very prom