Colwyn Bay Beach, Beaches Colwyn Bay, Conwy County - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Colwyn Bay Promenade Colwyn Bay Conwy_County Wales
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If you like your beaches high wide and handsome you will like Colwyn Bay beach. Stretching 3 miles from Rhos Point to Penmaenhead, Colwyn Bay beach offers a variety of pleasures. To the west end of the beach in Rhos-on-Sea is the picturesque Rhos Harbour. The harbour formed by the rock breakwater shelters a mix of private pleasure boats and busy little fishing boats that offer fishing trips out into the Irish Sea. The promenade at Rhos-on-Sea has a great selection of Cafes, coffee bars, seaside Kiosks, and quality restaurants. Frequented by visitors and locals alike they can be busy in the deep mid winter! Rhos Point is also a favourite with birdwatchers. Sadly the Rhos Harbour Bistro has shut down offered a unique opportunity to enjoy good food and drink while watching the oystercatchers, dunlins, turnstones, cormorants and many more seabirds that are to be found at Rhos Point and on Rhos Harbour rocks. Hopefully the council will have some common sense and include a new cafe in the Rhos Point development plans. | Lets hope they also include the Rhos Point Bait Shop and the Kayak Hire shop, both favourites with tourists and locals alike. | At the heart of Colwyn Bay beach is the ruins of Colwyn Bay Pier. Its worth a visit to check it out before it falls down, there aren't many of these traditional British piers left. |Just east of the pier stands the new waterfront development, or as it is now known, the Porth Eirias Watersports Centre.
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