The more sedate side of Llandudno, away from the hotels and the bustle, West Shore provides tranquillity at a more steady pace.
Here, you will find a much more relaxing view, as well as sculpture and art, a model boating lake, wind-surfing in the bay, stacks of history and even a miniature railway.
You can see over the water to Penmaenmawr, and Puffin Island.
To your left is Deganwy, including the 2-humps of the ancient ruined Deganwy Castle which sits atop a genuine volcanic plug, one of only two in the UK.
To your right is the Great Orme, a limestone outcrop with a cable car, Copper mine, and one of the oldest street cable funiculars in the world.
National Cycle Route 5 runs along the shoreline, but due to the unstoppable sand it is barely passable for anything with wheels.
So park up, walk up or cycle up, and take a pew and rest.
Sunsets here are phenomenal, and at low tide the sea goes out a very long way!
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