Llanddulas Beach is a rock and pebble beach with an area of wet sand exposed at low tide. From the beach there are views over Colwyn Bay. A section of the North Wales Coastal Cycleway runs close by. This 34-mile long route is mainly off-road and can also be used by pedestrians.
The beach has two car parks and there is a small picnic area. A number of caravan parks can be found along this stretch of the coast.
Type of beach
Sand & pebble
Dogs friendly beach?
We do not have information on this beach but restrictions may apply (usually from Easter until the end of Summer)
- Picnic area
OS grid ref.
SH 9078 7867
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Llanddulas Beach Reviews
What a dump
ShrfyJun 20th 2021
What a dump avoid at all costs, do not visit or holiday here ever its like the village of the damed
DavidAug 23rd 2019
I came here as a kid in 1994 and made the trip back in 2017 for a day to see if it was how I remembered it.
Its mostly rocks and pebbles but you can walk along a footpath for quite a way and enjoy the view.
There are probably better beaches out there but I find Llanddulas beach to be fairly peaceful compared to more popular ones.