Wales Coast Path
Wales Coast Path – the longest continuous coastal path around a country, which enable you to wind your way through 870 miles of stunning coastal landscape.
North Wales Coast & Dee Estuary Section
This section is a mixture of wonderful sandy beaches and family friendly towns and villages. At Prestatyn, the Wales Coast Path joins Offa’s Dyke Path.
Little Orme – 0.5 miles – the path takes you out to Angel Bay which is great for bird and seal spotting, onwards over the Little Orme towards the town of Llandudno.
Great Orme Summit – 1.5 miles – there are three scenic summit trails all taking in wonderful views over the elegant town of Llandudno, Menai Strait and Anglesey.
Great Orme Circular – 13.8 miles – around the Great Orme with fantastic views across the whole of the North Wales coastline. Takes in the ruin of Deganwy Castle.
Conwy Mountain – 3 miles – Conwy Mountain stands proud to the west of Conwy, the summit has fine views and is the site of an Iron Age hill fort.