North Wales has a history of traditional recipes which have been passed down through the generations, which visitors to Wales have long enjoyed, but there are also a number of local specialities which use the best of local produce and seasonal foodstuffs to create a delicious dining experience.
Line caught sea bass, hand raked Conwy mussels, Welsh black and salt marsh lamb, cawl, leeks in dishes of all descriptions plus creamy butter, delightful ice cream – there are too many culinary delights to mention, but take a trip around the towns and villages of Conwy county; walk or cycle some of the many routes in Conwy, Hiraethog and beyond, and you cannot fail to appreciate the food and drink that you’ll find on your travels.
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This celebrated Victorian seaside town attracts visitors all year round. North Shore beach is great for sandcastles, paddling and picnicking. Or strolling down the impressive curved esplanade and listed Victorian pier out over the bay. Events include the ever-popular Victorian Extravaganza and a...