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Llanfairfechan is a charming Victorian seaside town in a dramatic setting – its long, wide and sandy beach shelters beneath the 1,423ft/434m Penmaenmawr Mountain. Llanfairfechan has many of the features typical of a small seaside resort, including a promenade, pavilion, beach shops and entertainment. Throughout the year Llanfairfechan attracts many individuals that are interested in model boats and yachts, due to the big open space, which ideally gives everyone their own little private area. Sailing and windsurfing are popular, assisted by good launch facilities and a dinghy park. Llanfairfechan also has some of the best bird watching in North Wales – the promenade is a good place to start scanning the skies for seabirds and waterfowl. Free parking is plentiful.

Facilities and Services

Drinking water
Emergency phone
Disabled access
Public transport
Camp site
Dog restrictions
First Aid (*seasonal)
Craft exclusion zone
Blue Flag
Seaside Award 

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