You’ll find lots of great beaches close to Bodelwyddan Castle.
The best things about the north shore are the splendid Victorian Pier nestling under the Great Orme, and the mile long promenade, an easy walk right to the far end of the Bay.
There is not anything like so much sand as years ago but walking by the sea on the rounded stones is great fun.
Lovely place to bring the kids. The sand part of the beach was small but very nice and relaxing. Sea is a lovely veiw , we even saw a jellyfish. Their are plenty of arcade machines for the children to enjoy and a lovely town with plenty shops.
1st visit to Wales / resort. If you like a stroll after your evening dinner then look no further. Promenade set in beautiful surroundings. You can walk as short / far as you like taking a rest on the ample seating whenever you feel like it. Litter free give or talk the odd bit of dog mess. Enjoyed watching the fisherman at the end of the pier. Lots of free parking along the front. One note of caution. The seagulls can be a little too keen at times.
This is a lovely area, but sadly there is very little sand on the beach unless the tide is out.
It's mostly pebbles and not easy to walk on, but the promenade stretches from the Pier along towards the new lifeboat station, so it's a comfortable walk.
This walk also shows how well kept the Llandudno hotels are, which are delightful to see.
Llandudno is a lovely town and well worth visiting with amenities to satisfy most tastes.
Finally, a cautionary word, especially if you have children - please watch out for the seagulls as they will swoop down and snatch food from your hands!
The high part of the beach is mainly pebble and on the last two visits there have been people building cairns or caves with the pebbles. Always clean. When the tide is out you can see the depth that the tide drops and the sand is exposed. I've never been there during the day so my only experience is early morning or late in the day.
The North Shore Beach is a small section the larger bay which unlike a majority has sand rather than rocks. A well maintained area and has boat/speedboat rides available, I personally did the 1 hour tour round the 2 Orme's. There was also a Punch & Judy show on the nearby Promenade section.
This is a great beach, jellyfish and crabs are great, however total morons deliberately feeding seagulls are not. There are some signs stating not to feed them, there was even a group BBQ on the beach feeding them. There was I’d say 20-30 scavenging around the BBQers. Probably 200-300 seagulls up and down the beach. More signage needed with fines please because obviously many visitors are still trying to learning to read and use their common sense. Dogs also on beach when they are banned from there too.
Plenty of seating along the prom which is good.