NEXT TRIP CONWY

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CONWY, NORTH WALES

12TH JUNE - CONWY - The Wales Coast Path was ten years old on Thursday, 5th May 2022. It’s quite a landmark.

The walk leaders are: B - Tony Culverhouse 10 miles; C Michael Bates 8 miles; D - to be confirmed..

CONWY - explore the North Wales Coastal Path and Conwy town, Conwy Castle and Conwy Mountain.  Beyond the walled town of Conwy and its medieval castle, there is a choice of official coastal or upland routes, the latter climbing over heather and gorse-clad Conwy Mountain with its wild ponies and spectacular views.

Conwy Town a world heritage site with an imposing thirteenth-century castle and walls. Conwy’s quaint harbour, revolutionary Telford suspension bridge and the mighty mountains of Snowdonia make Conwy one of the world’s finest tourism destinations.  Conwy is a town rich in history, with much of it still preserved within the walls and traditional structures of its buildings.  

The Quay is host to a number of amenities and is a particularly stunning place to visit during the warm summer months. Whether you’d prefer to sit with a refreshing drink outside of the cosy quayside pub, take an exciting boat tour around the coastal area or hike upon the many surrounding mountains – it’s all possible in the quaint town of Conwy.  The Smallest House in Great Britain can be found nestled at the end of a terrace of houses on Conwy's quayside. 

Conwy offers a whole host of places to eat and drink.  Fine dining restaurants, traditional pubs and snug cafes can be found throughout the town.