Things to do

Llanfairfechan is blessed with a wide variety of activities and clubs to suit all tastes and ages. The town was developed in the late 19th Century as a Victorian holiday resort, thanks to it’s safe bathing and fresh sea air. Much of the town’s character remains, and this is evident in the range of activities available.

The town’s 9 hole golf course, all par 3’s with many holes over 200 yards, is situated on the hillside with some beautiful panoramic views. Many banks in front of or behind some of the greens require considerable skill in pitching. In all, the course makes a challenging test of the golfer’s driving accuracy.The clubhouse is happy to welcome day visitors.

The Clubhouse has facilities that include changing rooms, a licensed bar, catering is also available. (at specific times and events or by prior arrangement)

Contact the Secretary on 01248 680144 for details.

Founded in 1990 by the late Clive Llewellyn, the croquet club has grown in numbers ever since and is happy to welcome visitors. During the summer, the club members offer open sessions for children to enjoy learning the game.

The Club has two lawns which are usually split into 4 short lawns. Full lawn games can be played after 3.00 p.m. on Sunday afternoons and on other occasions when the Club is not busy.

Located between the promenade and the railway station, the club has a delightful position for having a leisurely afternoon game in the sunshine.

For further details, follow their facebook page Llanfairfechan & North Wales Croquet Club.

The ‘Llanfairfechan Short Mat Bowling Club’ organises and promotes both friendly and competitive short mat bowling.

The Club meets in the Community Centre, Llanfairfechan, on Tuesdays 2-4 pm. You are welcome to just turn up; first taster session is free.

Members pay £3 per session and non-members £4.

The annual membership fee for adults is £10 and juniors £5. Juniors must be accompanied by a responsible adult please.

New members will receive a coaching session on the basic rules and how to play.

For more information, email or call:

07860 467463

The sea shore is a popular place with the locals for catching whiting, plaice & mackerel on the incoming tide. There is also course fishing available in nearby Penmaenmawr.

Llanfairfechan Sailing Club, which has good launching facilities and secure boat park, welcomes visitors and their craft at any time of year. The club offers temporary membership which entitles the visitor to all the facilities offered to full members including use of the licenced clubhouse.

Visit RYA website for further details: click here.

The Menai Straits provides just the right combination of wind nd tides to enable the windsurfer to have invigorating and rewarding experiences. Kayaks and SUP boards are increasingly popular sights on the water too.

Llanfairfechan is a perfect place for novice and experienced walkers to enjoy the beautiful views out across the Irish sea to the Isle of Man, and the mountains of Snowdonia heading inland.

From coastal walks through nature reserves to steep hill walks to the mountain tops taking in the Carneddau Mountain ponies and Druids circles along the way.

For something gentle, a stroll along the Cob by the seashore or walking from Terrace Walks to Nant Y Coed woodland are perfect for birdwatching and relaxation.

Llanfairfechan is host to 4 major walking routes:

Each one of these walks promises to offer some fantastic walking, nature and scenery and a photographer’s dream!

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