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Colwyn Bay combined with the neighbouring areas Rhos-on-Sea, and Old Colwyn provides the perfect blend of both relaxation and excitement. Set at the heart of the North Wales coast the area boasts both a golden beach shoreline and the hustle of a vibrant high-street. A scene for all types with loads to do from seafront cafes, trendy bars and restaurants to lively water sport activates down by Porth Eirias and even its own Welsh Mountain Zoo.

Local Amenities

The town features a mix of local shops and larger retail outlets, offering residents and visitors a variety of shopping experiences. The town centre is often bustling with activity, providing access to everything from boutique stores to everyday necessities. Colwyn Bay boasts a diverse culinary scene, with numerous restaurants catering to various tastes and preferences. From cosy cafes to upscale dining establishments, residents and tourists alike can indulge in a wide array of cuisines. 

Tourist Attractions

Too many attractions to name them all but here is a flavour of some of the diverse things you can do in and around Colwyn Bay. Looking for a little relaxation or a place to spend some time with the family? Then the beach front is for you, golden sands, seafront cafes, and a water sports centre based at Porth Eirias. Head from the beach and to the high-street where you can find a mixture of shops, bars and restaurants you can also catch a show at Theatre Colwyn. Looking for a little more nature, then Colwyn Bay also has you covered with access to the Bryn Euryn Nature Reserve, or The Welsh Mountain Zoo.

Transport Links

Colwyn Bay acts as a central hub for the North Wales coastline, with amazing access to public transport being on the main bus route, along with a busy train station. The area also provides easy access to the A55 making it easy to commute.

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