Conwy Bay is an inlet of the Irish Sea in North Wales. It is defined by the east coast of Anglesey and the Great Orme's Headland. The towns of Llandudno (West Shore), Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan, Bangor, and Beaumaris lie on the bay. The River Conwy flows into Conwy Bay and the Menai Strait connects it to Caernarfon Bay in the east. Our picture looks across the eastern end of Conwy Bay, from the Great Orme toward the Conwy Estuary with the Conwy Sands and Mussel Beds in the mid ground.
Review Conwy Bay.