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Maps of North Wales

Walking, cycling and tourist information maps of North Wales for you to take away

The Green Links area covers the North Wales Coastal Strip between Llandudno in the west to Prestatyn in east.

The area is a walking and cycling paradise.

Each town is different adn well worth an explore.

There is also copious amounts of local nature reserves and parks to visit.

The following are a selection of maps which can be printed at home to help you find the best spots and easiest way to get around.

The big over view map

The following map is an overview of the whole Green Links area.

This map can be used as a general guide but also highlights the key area outlined by the other leaflets and maps of North Wales.

View this map by clicking here.

The Great Orme and Llandudno

The Great Orme has a lot to offer the occasional visitor and those that live within the area.

This map provides information on the best walks, trails and tourist attractions that are on the Great Orme and in Llandudno.

Don’t forget to stop off at the Visitor Centre on the summit or look at the Green Links touch screen information point at the Rest and Be Thankful Cafe on Marine Drive.

View this map by clicking here.

Up and coming Colwyn Bay

There are two leaflets covering Colwyn Bay.

These highlight the key walking and cycling routes that follow the beach and promenades.

There are also a number of heritage trails that you can embark on to learn more about Colwyn Bay during the war or the dinosaurs at Park Eirias.

To view the map of new Colwyn Bay, click here.

To view the map of old Colwyn Bay, click here.

From the beaches of Pensarn to the sailing boats at Rhyl

The Green Links middle area is a long sweeping bay with great beaches and easy going walking and cycling.

The leaflet covering Pensarn and Kinmel shows the walking and cycling routes as well as the kiosks which provide facilities and cafes.

Rhyl is next with two maps covering Rhyl south towards Rhuddlan and the other map covering East towards Prestatyn.

Don’t forget to visit the Green Links touch screen at Rhyl Harbour where you can also stop for coffee in the cafe or hire a bicycle from the new Bike Hub.

To view the map of Kinmel Bay, click here.

To view the map of Rhyl, click here.

Sand Dunes and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The most easterly point in the Green Links area is Prestatyn.

Thiere are two maps of North Wales covering this area from Rhyl to Prestatyn and east towards Gronant Dunes.

This area is the gate way from the coast to the Clwydian Range an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Don’t forget to visit the Green Links touch screen information point in the Prestatyn Library for more information on what’s going on locally.

To view the map of Prestatyn, click here.

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