Conwy is a county borough in North Wales. Several of Wales' top attractions are concentrated in this small area, including Conwy Castle, the resort of Llandudno, and a large part of Snowdonia National Park. Snowdon itself is usually accessed from Betws-y-Coed here, though the summit lies in Gwynedd.
Towns and villagesEdit
- 1 Abergele
- 2 Conwy – Walled town which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site
- 3 Colwyn Bay (Welsh: Bae Colwyn)
- 4 Llandudno – Genteel Victorian seaside resort
- 5 Llandudno Junction (Cyffordd Llandudno)
- 6 Llanfairfechan – unspoilt seaside resort
- 7 Llanrwst
- 8 Penmaenmawr
- Conwy castle and the walled town of Conwy as well as the Elizabethan town house Plas Mawr.
- Bodnant Gardens - these National Trust gardens south of Conwy are often considered among the finest in the UK.
- Dolwyddelan Castle - in the village of the same name in the south of the county borough, near Betws y Coed.
- 15th century fortified manor house Gwydir Castle in Llanrwst