The beaches are: Llandudno North Shore, Llandudno West Shore, Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Colwyn Bay/Rhos-
Stroll across the beach and head up onto this classic Victorian pier, complete with traditional Welsh gifts, Punch and Judy stalls, arcades and retro stores. This landmark was originally built back in 1876, and it remains a wonderful place to grab an ice cream and enjoy the spectacular views out to sea.
The Great Orme
More than 200 metres above the sea, The Great Orme is an astonishing coastal landmark with Stone Age origins and nature reserve status. Take an enchanting guided walk, head to the summit on the Tramway, spot some rare species or relax at the café or pitch and putt course.
Welsh Mountain Zoo
Set in North Wales, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views and breathtaking scenery, beautiful gardens are home to our caring conservation zoo. Roam the wooded pathways, relax on the grassy slopes and spend a lovely day learning about many rare and endangered species from Britain and around the world including Snow Leopards, Chimpanzees, Red Pandas and Sumatran Tigers!
Old Colwyn beach is a short walk from Colwyn Bay town on the north Welsh coast off the A55, on the edge of Colwyn Bay. There is a selection of restaurants and cafes, a promenade with benches, refreshment kiosks and ample car parking. It is a lovely sandy beach, and great for swimming, windsurfing and canoeing.
Wildlife enthusiasts can see sea birds, wading birds, and the occasional seal and dolphin can be spotted. The promenade is good for walking and this beach is dog friendly. Some entertainment can often be found on the promenade in the summer months.