Promenades and Piers Extend Over this North Wales Coastal Walk
A beautifully preserved part of the world, where coast path links nature reserves and ancient structures with the time-honoured holiday destinations that span these shores. Arguably one of the less strenuous, more accessible sections of the Welsh coast – the North Wales Coast Path makes for a fitting introduction to anyone taking the Wales Coast Path journey.
- Over on the western shore of Conwy you have Bodlondeb Wood, an area of national trust parkland and a popular destination for walkers
- Ample opportunity for Hikers to take in the panoramic views given from the tip of Great Orme
- Conwy Castle, breathtaking views from the fortress battlements
- St Trillo’s Chapel - which with a capacity of six people, is the smallest chapel in the British Isles
- Charming Victorian seaside resorts at Llandudno and Colwyn Bay