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Places to stay in Conwy

Places to stay in Conwy

Visitor Information

Everything you need to know to get to and around the Green Links area and coastal North Wales.

The Green Links area stretches from Llandudno in the West to Prestatyn in the East.

This area is very well covered with public transport, car routes as well as some of the best walking and cycling routes the UK has to offer.

Pedal with a view

The coastal area is home to a large part of the National Cycle Network Route 5.

This route stretches from Holyhead in nearby Anglesey all the way to Oxford in England.

In coastal North Wales the route is nearly completely flat, hugs the coast line and is predominately car-free.

This means that you can go for a relaxed bike ride with fantastic views.

Regular cafes and facilities make for a fantastic day out as well as a practical way of getting around.

North Wales takes its cycling routes seriously and has recently invested £4.5 million in a new pedestrian and cycling bridge in Rhyl Harbour to connect NCN 5 over the rivier Clwyd.

Visit the suggested cycle routes for some more ideas on how to get around on two wheels.

Walkers paradise

The North Wales coast is home to not one but two long distance walking routes.

The Wales Coast Path and the North Wales Path.

These provide easy to follow way-marked routes with the Wales Coast Path running closer to the sea and the North Wales Path going a little more inland to take in the best of the countryside.

These paths can be done a short one day circular routes or challenge yourself and do the whole thing!

Follow the links to find out more.

Leave the car at home

The Green Links area is very lucky to be well furnished with regular bus and train services.

This means that you can get from one town to another without having to take the car.

Why not walk one way and take the train back, or even take your bike?

Find out more about the train timetables and services here.

Hit the highway

Sometimes you can't beat the convenience of the car.

Well it's possible to get from one side of the Green Links area to the other quickly and easily by using the A55 dual carriage way.

All Green Links nature reserves have parking facilities and the majority of them are free.

Come in for more information

There are four Green Links touch screen information points.

Located at Porth Eirias, the Great Orme, Rhyl Harbour and Prestatyn Library.

These provide onsite travel information as well as free leaflets to help you plan any trip in the area.

Or why not stop by one of the many tourist information centres to ask a question to find out more.

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