• Address 116 Penrhyn Beach E
    Penrhyn Bay
    LL30 3RW

Porth Dyniewaid Angel Bay

If it’s seal pups you’re interested in, head to Angel Bay at the end of October or early November as this is breeding season.

Make sure you pack some binoculars as the pups can easily blend with the pebbles on the beach! Visiting during the summer?

There’s still plenty to see with an abundance of butterfly species, rabbits, and sheep. The views are also more than worth the effort of walking to the top of the Orme, from here you can see Llandudno and the Great Orme and even the Isle of Man is visible on clear days.

If you fancy extending your walk, there are plenty of paths to follow with some steep sections. Dogs are welcome at Angel Bay but are discouraged from the beach itself when the seals are around.

Parking at a nearby housing estate or a Co-Op is free and makes great starting points for your walk.

Porth Dyniewaid Angel Bay is a must when in North Wales…

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