Explore North Wales from Tyddyn Du Touring Park
For caravanners who have an affinity with the sea, it would be difficult to find a more lovely location for a caravan park on the North Wales coast.
- panoramic sea views from Llandudno's Great Orme to Anglesey
- at edge of Snowdonia National Park
- easy access from the A55
Located where the mountains of Snowdonia meet the sea, this an ideal touring centre for the whole of the beautiful and historic region of North Wales.
Attractions Around Tyddyn Du Touring Park
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Things To Do and Places To Visit around Tyddyn Du Touring Park
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For those looking for a "Mountains and Coast" experience, Tyddyn Du is ideal. It is situated within a few yards of the boundary of the Snowdonia National Park, with glorious walks for both the beginner and the enthusiast. There is much evidence of early occupation and the hills are criss-crossed with ancient trackways.
The award winning beach - one of the finest in North Wales - is about 10 to 15 minutes walk with the promenade a little further.
All types of sporting and leisure activities are close at hand. The Championship golf course at Conwy is a couple of miles away and Penmaenmawr's delightful course is just 200 yards distance. Horse riding, fresh and sea water angling, sailing and bowling are all nearby.
There is an abundance of excellent wining and dining within easy reach of Tyddyn Du, including The Gladstone. The historic walled town of Conwy, designated as a World Heritage Site, is 4 miles to the east and Llandudno, "Queen of the Welsh Resorts", with its shops, theatre and renowned Victorian sea front a further 5 miles.
Other attractions worth a visit include the world famous Bodnant Garden (National Trust) and the castles at Conwy, Caernarfon and Penrhyn. There are also local steam railways to go on including the Ffestiniog Railway, Snowdon Mountain Railway, and the Welsh Highland Railway.
See our 'Find Us' page for a location map and route planner.