Things to do - North Wales Coast

It’s not all walking. In addition to the wide range of walking opportunities available, there are so many other things to see and do along the Coast Path

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Dip your toe in and find out why this is such a fantastic outdoor destination and just how easy it is to fit the Coast Path in to your daily life or your holiday planning.

Conwy Castle & Town

Constructed by the English monarch Edward I, the famous castle and walled town is a World Heritage Site; it is considered by many to be his most magnificent work.

Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail

From Prestatyn, take a short cut to Chepstow on this 177 mile long trail. In places, the route follows Offa’s Dyke - an ancient earthworks constructed along the border in the 8th century. Visit Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail website

The Wales Coast Path also links up with the Wales Link Path at Saltney Ferry, offering an extra 18 miles of walking pleasure. Going through four counties, it also links up with Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail at Llandegla Forest in Denbighshire. View the Wales Link Path on the Flintshire County Council mapping website.

North Wales Resorts

Bring a bucket & spade for a traditional seaside experience in family friendly resorts, with great access for pushchair and wheelchair users.

The Dee Estuary

Discover the wonderful habitat of the Dee Estuary; this important wetland is also great for bird spotting.

Looking for more?

Head over to the things to do section to discover a wide range of great activities available year-round along the coast. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing walk across untouched beaches, or an afternoon spent surfing, there’s something for everyone.

Local contacts

The three local authorities along the North Wales coast each have a wealth of additional information to help you plan your next adventure or to ask any questions you may have about your visit. You can visit them below: