Beaches, castles, golf courses, spectacular scenery and all the traditional seaside entertainments. The Northern coastline of Wales offers year round entertainment for a wide range of interests making it a very popular destination. From gentle walks along the promenade or tram rides up the Great Orme to golf or even surfing there's something for all tastes.
We found 72 attractions (page 3 of 9)
Forties Festival of Food & Fun
April in Colwyn Bay
2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the Colwyn Bay 40s Festival, and it promises to be even bigger and better than ever before in order to celebrate the occasion. As always, the festival will be celebrating the wartime spirit of 1940s Britain, and as such will see a variety of ‘40s style music and entertainment.10.2 Miles Away
A place of history
The town of Conwy is a popular tourist destination in North Wales, primarily for one major reason: it is home to the rather impressive stone structure that is Conwy Castle, as well as the town walls that accompany it.10.2 Miles Away
Quench your thirst at...
With arguably the best range of ales in all of North Wales, the Conwy Brewery has already become a firm favourite of drinkers both in the local area and further afield. They specialise in high quality, conditioned ales, both in cask and in bottles.11.7 Miles Away10% off Brewery Tour if booked a cottage through North Wales Holiday Cottages
The castle on the river
Conwy Castle is easily the most spectacular of all the castles in North Wales (and cost the most to build, too!). The castle was built for Edward I by Master James of St George, and is one of the most impressive surviving medieval fortifications in Britain.10.4 Miles AwayEntry included in Cadw Pass“Great for Kids”“Amazing Views of Conwy”Wheelchair Accessible
Conwy Golf Club, Morfa
Wonderfully located on the dramatic and beautiful Conwy Bay, the Conwy Golf Club provides a majestic backdrop to a game of eighteen holes. The course is a challenging one, as you will be battling the strong sea winds throughout the nearly 7000 yards that the links stretch over.9.8 Miles Away
Conwy Morfa Beach
Travelling with the Dogs
Conwy Morfa Beach is a large expanse of golden sands, a big, sandy bay that becomes larger and larger as the tide goes out, until it links up with the rest of the beaches around Conwy Bay. It is one of the many beaches of Clwyd that are completely dog friendly – that is, you and your dogs can enjoy the entirety of the beach, at all times of the year.10 Miles Away
Conwy Seed Fair
This charter fair dates back a truly impressive 700 years or so, originally founded by King Edward I. The prescribed date for the Seed Fair is the 26th March, set by the Royal Charter of Edward I, but as this is a Sunday in 2017 the fair will be on the 27th March.10.2 Miles Away
Conwy Town Walls
Take a high level stroll on...
The town walls of Conwy are a major tourist attraction for the town, and with good reason: they are regarded as one of the most impressive and most intact walled circuits in all of Europe. Dating back to the late 13th century, they are as old as the town itself, and constructed by Edward I to pair with the equally impressive Conwy Castle, they form a foreboding defensive installation.10.3 Miles Away