Llandudno North Shore beach is a 2-mile curving beach of sand, shingle and rock, the beach stretches between the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme. Llandudno North Read more [...]
Seaside Award beaches in Conwy, United Kingdom. Unlike the Blue Flag beach award, each country also has its own seaside award to signify a good standard of beach and facilities. The awards evaluate a beach on water quality, information displays, environmental management, safety and services.
Below we list the current Conwy beaches that hold a Seaside Award.
Rhos-on-Sea beach is at the west end of the long stretch of beaches within Colwyn Bay. The beach is mainly sand with rocks and boulders in various locations and includes Read more [...]
Abergele and Pensarn lies between Rhyl to the east and Colwyn Bay to the West and is generally ignored due to the popularity of nearby Rhyl, Prestatyn, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno Read more [...]
Penmaenmawr beach is sandy backed by a promenade and overlooks the Menai Straits. The beach is sandy at low tide, with stones and pebbles forming at the high water mark. Read more [...]
Llandudno West Shore beach is quieter than the North Shore beach and is on the River Conwy estuary below the Great Orme. The beach is sandy with a stony pebble Read more [...]
Llanfairfechan beach is a pebble beach that exposes large areas of sand as the tide goes out. Facilities include parking, toilets, food, shop, slipway and the beach is backed by Read more [...]
Kinmel Bay is a fine, north-facing, sandy beach fronted on the landward side by a narrow promenade and sea wall along its entire length. Sand dunes local nature reserve fronts Read more [...]