Conwy County, arguably one of North Wales’, or indeed the UK’s most beautiful coastal regions. We are so lucky to call this region home, being based in Llandudno, a resort town in the area of Conwy, which has strong historical roots and has been a thriving holiday destination since the Victorian era.
Llandudno North Shore
North Shore might be the more iconic of the two with the seafront completely clad in some beautiful gleaming white hotels and tracked by a glorious panoramic promenade. In addition to this, it sits right between the two limestone Orme headlands, the Great Orme and the Little Orme, which are both home to a fantastic range of wildlife and greenery.
Llandudno West Shore
On the other shore of the Creuddyn Peninsula sits Llandudno West Shore Beach. This is a more traditional and beautiful beach on the quieter side of town. The West Shore is home to reed filled, towering sand dunes and large sandy swathes of flat planes (especially when the tide is out). It’s very popular for dog walks as your hounds can run free and easy along the coast.
As you follow West Shore towards Deganwy as you pass over the estuary you come to Conwy Morfa. Again this beach has wonderful sand dunes and plenty of space to run around and explore, great for dogs, family days out and parties with friends.
Further west up the coastline we move closer towards Anglesey, and are treated to the legendary beach of Penmaenmawr, which sits under the watchful protection of Penmaenmawr mountain, a glorious and iconic sight in regards to the coastline of the region. Penmaenmawr beach proudly holds a blue flag beach rating as it has an attractive promenade with landscaped terraces, flower borders, amusement arcades, cafes, grassy areas and even a children’s paddling pool which is fantastic for the family to enjoy. The appeal of Penmaenmawr is the beach with easy access to mountain walks.
It’s North Wales’ newest premiere beach development, with Porth Eirias Watersports Centre and gourmet restaurant there to enjoy and feel.
Rhos on Sea
Rhos on Sea is a wonderful corner of North Wales, looking out onto the azure Bay of Colwyn into the Irish sea.
Just go for it!
So what are you waiting for? With so many fantastic locations to get stuck into you’re sure to have a great seaside experience.