Conwy Bay

Dragon-150Conwy Bay (Welsh: Bae Conwy) is an inlet of the Irish Sea, defined by the east coast of Anglesey and the north coast of Wales. Puffin Island and the Great Orme mark the limits of the bay.

Llandudno, Penmaenmawr, Bangor, and Beaumaris lie on the bay. The River Conwy flows into Conwy Bay while the Menai Strait connects it to Caernarfon Bay.

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