Summary

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Dog Restrictions on this beach

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

Every year visitors are trapped by the incoming tide having ventured far out over the sand bars.

West Shore  bflogoX-50

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The West Shore is Llandudnos' sun'n sand counterpoint to the towncentric North Shore. A wide prom, large boating pool, two fine crescents of sand either side of the groyne to please the visitor, not to mention plenty of room to roam towards Deganwy. Although the new sea defences have covered up sunsetDeg1-100 long sections of beach edge in that direction there stones-100 are paths and nice sheltered spots amongst the dunes flanking the golf course. 10 mins walk along the cycle path reaches a point with another groyne with little crescents of sand on each side, and 4 blocks of polished limestone to sit on, contemplate fossil coral and watch the sun set.
West Shore and Alice in Wonderland.


trans_car_25 Exit the A55 junction 18 Deganwy/Llandudno Junction. Left, past Tesco and straight on at the big roundabout. After Deganwy, second roundabout is on a divided 'boulevard' - Gloddaeth Avenue. Left here (or one of the two previous lefts). Ample parking along West Parade, free car park at southern end (and cafe nearby).

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