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Cwm Idwal National Nature Reserve Bethesda 18.1 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Bethesda
An fantastic place, best visited out of season to appreciate the peace and beauty, the walk from the car park can be icy in the winter months and requires care in traversing.
The nature reserve is absolutely gorgeous and offers a range of walks depending on skill level.
Bodnant Garden Tal-y-Cafn
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Tal-y-Cafn
Bodnant Gardens is a visual delight and a perfect place to stroll while enjoying colorful plants, the wondrous nature of woods, and the sound of rushing waters.
A lovely picnic was enjoyed (on one of the many picnic tables in the car park), followed by a delightful wander through the garden following the white ribbons to find the fairy path with lovely fairy houses and fi...
Great Orme Llandudno
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
beautiful wild flowers and butterflies and birds for nature lovers, interesting copper mines and geological sights fot the budding historian or geologists, a visitors centre and playground for the younger members...
Exellent trip up the Great orme on the tram.Great views and cafe pub at the top.Lovely childrens park at the top so ideal for families.The views are good as the tram makes it way up.You can walk or drive but enjoy...
Aber Falls Abergwyngregyn
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Abergwyngregyn
Wow this really is a hidden gem! £2 to park then it's on foot for about 45 mins until you reach the waterfall!
Tips: £2 for the car park Good footwear Drinks Towel Camera Chill out xx
Zip World Fforest Betws-y-Coed 5.2 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Betws-y-Coed
... off with a delicious bacon and cheese toasty in the cafe served up by lovely friendly staff.My group certainly went away tired but happy.A well run place in the lovely setting of the Snowdonia National Park.
We've travelled the world visiting theme parks, but this attraction is definitely up there with some of the best roller coasters we've rode!
Promenade Llandudno
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
Little Orme and Great Orme are the 'bookends' defining this bay, with its scenery, proximity to the sea and views of the wind farm on the horizon an enchanting mixture of nature and man-made creation.
As I am having trouble walking at moment hired a wheelchair from the local disability centre and managed to go the length .Even managed to park alongside so we ate our picnic on the seats which are in abundance .
Little Orme Llandudno
#3 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
Could do with a map including the summit at the entrance as well as information about the nature reserve.
Nature walks
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
Its a beautiful place, especially on a sunny day, the gardens are well kept, areas to park, picnic, take stunning pictures 360 degrees of Llandudno or simply stroll and admire the atmosphere.
There are some amazing wooden sculptures as you walk through the park and a stone circle on the lower slopes, with lots of specimen trees lining the various paths.
West Shore Beach Llandudno
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
... and a short stroll to the sea front.The area is always quieter than North parade and we usually stop her early mornings before heading into Town for coffee.There are toilets and an excellent kids play park.
Good beach lovely sands and walks.The cafe on the beach car park always very pleasant walks and food wonderful
RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve Llandudno Junction
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Llandudno Junction
It's a well run nature reserve, people come mainly to birdwatch, but it's in a beautiful area, so relaxing, unwinding, reflecting is also catered for, Conwy castle is a great backdrop on the opposite side of the e...
When we entered the Nature Reserve you are directed through the shop which is the norm but on the other side you are greeted with a large adventure kids play ground and picnic area, very welcoming.
Conwy Quay Conwy
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Conwy
You can park here, eat fish and chips here, drink a pint here, look at the castle, look at the smallest welsh house, Look at the swing bridge, watch kids crabbing, get some great cockles, sit here- all in the spac...
We arrived in Conwy via the bridge and parked in the first car park on the left opposite the tourist office.
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Conwy
This morning the sea was so calm and flat with great views to Llanduddno and the Great Orme, Anglesey and as a back drop, just turn round the majestic snowdonia national park.
Apart from the extensive views of Snowdonia and the Conwy estuary ther is added interest of a geological and archeological nature.
Gwydir Forest Betws-y-Coed 11.6 km away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Betws-y-Coed
I loved every moment of the nature walk with Kismatkarma.
You don’t have to do the whole route if you don’t want as there are also few car parks along the way to leave your car.
Llanfairfechan Beach Llanfairfechan
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Llanfairfechan
There are a couple of cafes on the promenade both of which are good and very reasonably priced, a nature reserve within easy walking distance, plenty of free parking, a well maintained children's playground with a...
Play parks for the children swans on the boating lake, a Cafe, toilets and a car free stretch of 'road' for learner cyclists, scooter riders and a skatepark too!
Moel Siabod Capel Curig 12.5 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Capel Curig
Great walk in the Snowdonia National Park!
I was able to park in Capel Curig and start my walk towards Moel Siabod.
Swallow Falls Betws-y-Coed 7.3 km away
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Betws-y-Coed
Well worth the £1.50 visit to see this outstanding view of nature at its very best!! Strongly recommend a visit if you are in this area
This is really worth visiting after heavy rainfall [there's been plenty of that of late] as the flood water cascading over the rocks is a sight to see and is only a short walk from the nearby car park.
#6 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
Myself and two friends climbed up the hill through the park to reach the ski centre.
We took a wrong turn looking to park up for the cable cars and stumbled on this attraction.
Rhos-on-Sea Beach Rhos-on-Sea
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Rhos-on-Sea
We called in to Rhos-on-sea on our return from the caravan We always stopped in Llandudno but the last two times plus every other it will be Rhos It's easier to park still all different types of shops Plenty of pl...
You can park for free on the road and then just walk down some steps to the sandy and very clean beach.
Fairy Glen Betws-y-Coed 8.3 km away
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Betws-y-Coed
It's also a perfect spot for a picnic, and the path along the river takes you back to the car park eventually.
This true treasure of nature is well a worth a visit.
Colwyn Bay Beach Colwyn Bay
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Colwyn Bay
Be sure to visit Bryn Williams restaurant by the beach, Eirias Park and look out for the UK's first ever cinema a short walk on Abergele Road.
I recommend the park near Eirias Stadium which is a 10 min walk with a kids play area and ice cream stand.
Conwy Falls Betws-y-Coed 9.0 km away
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Betws-y-Coed
stunning falls!, Best place to go if you love nature and walking :) Lots of places near by to get drinks and a bite to eat :)
Great water falls , dramatic and exciting.. only a short walk from the cafe / car park.
Snowdon Snowdonia National Park 22.6 km away
#2 of 41 Nature & Parks in Snowdonia National Park
As well as being the largest National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts the highest mountain (Snowdon), with its largest natural lake, picturesque villages, wildlife and a wealth of culture.
Plus whichever walk you chose to the top you will be treated to the most spectacular views all around...the nature, landscape and wildlife is incredible.
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Pensarn Beach Pensarn
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Pensarn
There are plenty of takeaways and both the nearby Yacht Inn and the Park hotel provide delicious home cooking at affordable prices if you prefer to eat in comfort.
Away from the busier beaches along this coast and with free car park or even an area to drive right down on to the beach which is ideal if you have mobility problems.
Deganwy Beach Deganwy
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Deganwy
Great find, parked in a little car park off an estate and walked over the bridge to the beach.
Bonkerz Fun Centre Llandudno
#7 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
For me a very interesting setting for a "romper room" full of cushy balls, slides, and other park amusement items for kids - all found inside a Gothic church.
The Owls Trust Llandudno
#8 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
We always visit Bodafon Farm Park when we are in Llandudno, it is a great place to relax, let the children look at the wild life and take in the beautiful owls who are all being looked after.
We thoroughly enjoyed our time seeing at the owls here on our visit to Bodafon Farm Park.
Snowdonia National Park North Wales 23.1 km away
#12 of 211 Nature & Parks in North Wales
driving from Luton to Colwyn Bay and then Snowdonia National Park and back.. Amazing beauty.. Beautiful meadows and peaks..
Have spent October half term exploring Snowdonia based out of a stunning cottage on the edge of the park close to where the northern coast of the Llyn peninsula joins the welsh mainland Been to loads of beaches an...
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Llyn Elsi Betws-y-Coed 7.8 km away
#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in Betws-y-Coed
If you go earlier in the day,you won't meet too many people on your path - unlike Snowdon, it was a welcome change to have nature all to ourselves!
There is a car park further up the trail, not sure how to get to that though so we walk up from the bottom, at the side of the church in Betws y Coed.
Welsh Mountain Zoo Colwyn Bay
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Colwyn Bay
Amazing environment , all the animals are lovely, there a 2 great parks and great shows for example sea lions and penguins...
... animals, reptiles, flora and fauna - as one would expect, all found in a maze of little paths, nooks and crannies all networked together with a central restaurant, and other must have ammenities for a park.
Haulfre Gardens Llandudno
#9 of 14 Nature & Parks in Llandudno
I love Llandudno, we always park at West Shore and walk past the lake to the end and up the slope to Haulfre Gardens, you get brilliant views of the Beach and Llandudno itself, we walk right through and it brings...
Beautiful park.