About West Shore, Wales
Llandudno lies on a peninsula between two headlands: the Great Orme and the Little Orme. Bordered by the Irish Sea on one side and the estuary of the River Conwy on the other, it has two waterfronts, the North Shore and the West Shore. The West Shore is a large, expansive sandy beach, backed by a promenade along its entire length. At West Shore you will find a little bit of everything, with super flat water sections, lagoons that appear as the tide comes in, and waves further out to sea. This is a good spot for all levels of rider, from pro to beginner. One to mark on the map!
Traveling to West Shore, Wales
From the North West by road, take Junction18 from the A55 following signs for Deganwy. Go over two roundabouts onto Deganwy road. Follow this road past the Quay Hotel on the left. Continue until you reach a mini roundabout. Take a left at the roundabout. The beach is now in front of you. Take a right and park up on the left by the grass area. If travelling from the Midlands or the South of England use the M6, M5, and M1.
The closest train station is Llandudno, which has a good direct line to London.
Facilities At West Shore, Wales
Llandudno has a wealth of facilities, from traditional Punch and Judy shows and donkey rides to boat trips and the pier arcades. Of course there are plenty of cafes, bars, shops, and museums too, and the town also boasts a model boating lake. Even the shopping in Llandudno is expansive! For accommodation, there is everything from chalets, hotels and guesthouses to campsites. We recommend checking out Llandudno Hostel