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Essential Greenlinks

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of North Wales!

The Green Links area stretches from Llandudno in the west to Prestatyn in the east of North Wales and is home to some of the most iconic towns and villages in North Wales such as Colwyn Bay, Pensarn, Towyn and Rhyl

It also has a large number of local nature reserves along with miles of car-free walking and cycling routes.

To plan your visit take a look at the full interactive map, find a nature reserve to explore and information on how to walk and cycle there.

Once you have chosen an area to visit, look out for our interactive hubs at The Rest and Be Thankful cafe on the Great Orme, Porth Eirias, Rhyl Harbour and Prestatyn Library.

These will give you ideas on walks and rides to follow along with suggested things to do and what to look out for... then pick up a leaflet and you are ready to go!

The nature reserves of this area have a diverse offering of wildlife and habitats.

From the cliff dwelling sea birds of the Great Orme, to the rich grassy hill tops of Mynydd Marian and Prestatyn Hillside, the pristine woodland of Bishops Wood, to the sandy beaches at Gronant.

If you are on foot and fancy a walk, then North Wales has a lot to offer.

From short, circular walks, to the Wales Coast Path, and other long distance routes.

With many routes offering access for all abilities, we definitely have something for everyone.

Check out the walking pages, or visit the interactive hubs for more information. 

If pedal power is more your thing, there are lots of opportunities to dust off the bike helmet and explore some of the best cycling North Wales has to offer.

For short routes look no further than Marine Lake in Rhyl and the Abergele - St George - Kinmel cycle route.

For longer routes, there is the 15 mile route around the nature reserves of Rhyl, Rhuddlan and Prestatyn or why not cycle the entire length of the Green Links are on the Wales Coast Path and take in the magnificent views of coast and countryside.

There is also plenty of watersports, bird watching and fishing activities to get involved with too!

In terms of travel planning, there are great bus and train connections into the different parts of the Green Links region - simply check them pages for more information. 

So what are you waiting for, start planning your visit to Green Links today!

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