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Colwyn Bay

Colwyn Bay is a beautiful seside resort located in between the Irish sea to the North and the Pwllycrochan woods to the hills on the south side of the resort. The resort, built for tourists, has a number of great eateries and restaurants. Every week, there is a farmers market located within the town that sells a variety local produce including organic pork to home made preserves. Located in the far end of town near the district of Old Colwyn is Eirias Park, a public garden and leisure centre located near Eirias High School. It contains a boating lake, bowling green, football pitches, tennis court and a 9-hole pitch and putt.

By using the exit that passes underneath the railway, you emerge on the promenade. As well as a victorian pier (sadly delapidated), the main focal point of the promenade is the beach that stretches from Colwyn Bay, throught to Rhos on Sea. Significant redevelopment efforts are afoot on the prom including a watersports centre.


Conwy is a historical walled town nestled near the exit of the Conwy Valley. Dominating the town is the city's medievil castle, built in the 13th century by Edward I. This small town caters well for tourists with many fine eateries, fish and chip shops and pubs. Other attractions in this bustling town include The Smallest House in Great Britain, located on the estuary and Edwards of Conwy, a local butcher made famous by a number of television personalities and chefs for it's quality meats and sausages.


Rhos-on-Sea is a picturesque harbour resort located between Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. This small village located in a mini cove has a number of small, independantly run shops that sell all sorts of crafts and goods. On top of that, it has some interesting sights, such as St Trillo's 6 century church, and the Rhos Fynach, the former home of a monestary, and one of the oldest buildings in Wales. There is also a Harlequin Puppet theatre which has done many delightful Children shows both within the town and around the world on television.

Because of it's location, Rhos-on-Sea is also a popular destination for people wishing to participate in watersports.

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