A NEW television series will showcase the remarkable stories and wonderful scenery along North Wales’ stunning coastline.

ITV’s Sean Fletcher explores the 870-mile Wales Coast Path on an epic adventure along one of the world’s most unique coastlines.

The first episode takes viewers to the dramatic landscapes of the North Wales coast, from the Talacre Dunes to Great Orme, to discover the unique wildlife and vibrant communities.

Fletcher discovers the fascinating history and wildlife on the world’s first uninterrupted route along a national coast.

At Talacre Beach, he hunts for rare natterjack toads with the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust, to discover how these unique creatures were reintroduced into the area.

Sean continues his journey in Great Orme to explore the area’s fascinating ancient history, learning about the Bronze Age Mine with archeologist James Dilley.

Sean gets a taste of the natural larder of ingredients along the North Wales coast with a cookout on the banks of the Menai Strait. Meeting innovative chefs from Anglesey’s Marram Grass Restaurant to tuck into some local delicacies that can be found along this stretch of coastline.

At the iconic South Stack Lighthouse, Sean discovers the family history of RSPB warden Dense Shaw and her connection to the lighthouse.

The new series captures the unique stories and biodiversity along the Welsh coastline, which is home to vibrant communities, breathtaking scenery and rare wildlife.

The Wales Coast Path remains committed to conversing the path’s coastal environments, whilst promoting the positive benefits of walking.

Given the current coronavirus situation, the Wales Coast Path encourages audiences to enjoy the series from the comfort of their own home and plan to visit Wales later.

The series, Wonders of the Coast Path, will air weekly on ITV Wales from April 27 at 8.30pm before airing nationally in the summer from July 2020.

The episode focusing on North Wales will air on April 27 and will air each Monday evening moving to the Llyn Peninsula, Cardigan Bay, Pembrokeshire and The Gower before concluding in South Wales.