A sandy beach so better than the main beach on the front but despite visiting many times, it's a beach I have never managed to fall in love with. Tends not to get too busy though and if you want a sandy beach around Llandudno then it's worth a look.
Sandy beach with nice views of the surrounding countryside. Has a more low key feel about it than the North Shore Beach. The seasonal dog ban was not enforced when I visited in September 2016, I saw dogs and plenty of paw prints on the beach.
We as a family of 5 plus 2 older relatives visited West Shore where the sea is beautiful and the paths are flat which us why it us called the invalid mile as it allows scooter wheelchair users etc to be able to access the beautiful scenery without struggling to get about. There is a lovely cafe that serves lovely... 更多
Hadn't visited properly before except driven past on way home from Llandudno. Had a lovely walk along the beach, breathing in the salty air. Stunning views across to the hills of Snowdonia and Great Orme to your right. Will return when next in the area.
Most people flock to the beach by the promenade but if you want a quieter beach, then choose the West Shore. It's much easier to park, there is good access to toilets close to the park and model boating lake. There is a long stretch of sandy beach and at the far end you will find a Car Park, Cafe,... 更多
A relaxing part of Llandudno. Quiet and genteel, but with room for kids to play and a huge beach too. We like to just sit and drink in the view. When I was young, used to come and watch the sunsets whilst playing on the beach. Hasn't changed much in 50 years, not developed, a restful place.
Car park available not expensive but can park on road. Lovely walk towards Deganwy, very sandy but great views. Excellent cafe next to the car park. Great food at sensible prices. Just beware seagulls if eating outside.