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Dog Restrictions on this beach

Between 1st May and 30th September: (Conwy county Council web site).
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Llandudno North Shore

Llandudno from the Great orme

So if you're here in Llandudno proper, you're probably not lounging on the shingle catching rays. You're riding the donkeys, the rides on the famous Victorian pier, the cable car or tramway up the Orme, sampling the innumerable restaurants, taking a boat trip, strolling the promenade or just generally imbibing the ambiance and heritage of a classic Victorian seaside resort town.

Llandudno Pier by Noel Whalley donkeys on the North Shore

trans_car_25 (1K)  Exit the A55 at junction 19 and take the A470 into town. At the fourth roundabout turn right and continue straight to the sea then left along The Parade. Parking possibilities all along but one usually needs to hunt for a spot. For the pier (and the Ski Centre) continue all the way along and past the pier towards the Marine Drive (the scenic road around the Great Orme) to a couple of sizeable paypark areas.
Alternatively approach as for the West Shore through Deganwy, then turning right down Gloddaeth Ave.

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