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The 360° views on offer throughout the area of gas make this a must visit for anybody travelling into North Wales. The second longest pier in Britain has a superb café/tea shop as well as opportunities for fishing and now a superb yoghurt kiosk. Garth...More
How enlightened our Victorian forefathers were by building such piers. As you walk along you almost feel you will reach the other side of the Menai Strait. The views are worth the walk along this 1500 feet pier. As others have mentioned recently the pier...More
We visited a couple of days a go with the children! Absolutely stunning views, I could sit up there for hours.
Unfortunately there is work being done on the pier so couldn't access the end and the café, which we have visited previously and enjoyed....More
Lovely walk along the pier that is currently undergoing some essential repairs. Access to the tea rooms was closed as was some of the shops but the amazing veiws and the relaxing waters made for a lovely visit.
I'd definitely visit again and look forward...More
This is one of the more attractive piers left as relics of an era when Brits went on holiday in the UK. It is also a testament to Bangors genteel history when the building of the railway to Holyhead and the bridges over the Menai...More
Very pretty and gorgeous views , totally flat so easy for pushing a wheelchair. Lots of seats along the way to stop and enjoy the views we spent a couple of hours just taking in the scenery and looking at the birds.
Sadly none of...More