The Conwy Coast

by Webmaster, 21st May 2019

The stunning countryside surrounding the popular towns in this part of North Wales shows there’s plenty more to the region than beaches, castles and piers

With so many attractions in such a small area, it’s not surprising many thousands of visitors flock to the Conwy coast each year.

Not only is it blessed with Llandudno – a Victorian resort town equipped with vintage tramway, cable cars and the country’s longest pier – but also the town of Conwy, with its medieval walls and fine castle.

Yet away from the visitor hotspots lie fascinating landscapes typified by small, craggy hills which offer marvellous, far-reaching views across much of the north coast and even to the Isle of Anglesey.

ROUTE 1 – Follow the final bends of the River Dulas before it reaches the sea

ROUTE 2 – Venture to the lesser known Orme

ROUTE 3 – Three small summits in no time at all


Route inaccessible? If you find that any of the routes featured on walesandborders.com has become inaccessible in any way, do let us know so we can alert the necessary authorities on your behalf. You can email the Web Editor at webeditor@borderpublishing.com

For the full feature on Conwy coast walks, see the June 2019 issue of Welsh Coastal Life. For back issues, click here.


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