Wales was once the place of Celtic saints and pilgrims. In North Wales there’s a 127 mile Pilgrims Way from St Winifred’s Well in Holywell to the idyllic island of Bardsey in the west, the place where legends claim 40,000 saints are buried.
There are plenty of opportunities along the Pilgrim’s Way to enjoy the culture and natural wildlife and to sample the local food specialities. There’s no pressure to walk the whole trail, you could chose a whistle stop tour of key sites along the way.
You will require suitable footwear and clothing for all weathers. Binoculars would be useful. We would need to know the number in your group, their ages, if under 16, and if anyone has mobility issues.