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All reviews housing estate beautiful area to walk seals playing in the water popular with dog walkers saw seals old quarry dog owners stunning views well worth a visit seal pups lovely place cliffs nature climb orme llandudno camera
I've been coming here since I was a youngster. There were never any seals when I was a kid - and now you can't really go on the beach without tripping over them. In fact, don't go on the beach! In days of yore, there...More
1st time id been here you have to drive through a housing estate to get there but when you get there its such a nice place.the views are fanstatic.there were loads of seals on the beach. Great place to visit.
We had a lovely walk around the area,sat and watched two seals playing in the water,but there was dog owners with several dogs each off the leads,barking running around ,owners shouting the dogs because naturally the dogs wanted to go down to the seals,its suppose...More
What a beautiful area to walk. After finding our way through a housing estate what a gem of a place. Relaxing walk and saw groups of seals playing in a cove as we looked over the very very steep edge of the cliff. Beautiful views...More
Access is from a road but through a locked metal barrier with a swinging gate-type style. There is a wide area onto a tarmacked path for some of the way. Then the path becomes a hard, flattish gravel type path with grass... More
Access is from a road but through a locked metal barrier with a swinging gate-type style. There is a wide area onto a tarmacked path for some of the way. Then the path becomes a hard, flattish gravel type path with grass edges. The ground is fairly flat, with a gradual slope up towards the Little Orme with the bay to the right. If you have a strong helper you would be able to get to the edge of the cliffs either side, including Angel Bay, and look down to the seals.
There may be access further along the road, from a path that runs behind a row of bungalows along to the main entrance, but it may also be barriered.