The Conwy Morfa (Welsh: Morfa Conwy) is a piece of originally marshy-sand based spit, north of the western end of the modern A55 entrance to Conwy.
Known locally as “The Morfa” (Welsh: Y Morfa), it shapes the south side of the estuary of the River Conwy. Today a large sandy bay, which at low tide forms part of the extensive sandy beaches and mussel banks of Conwy Bay, Conwy Morfa has many developments on its land, including:
- A Beach – a large sandy bay, which also provides excellent fishing
- The Golf Club – possibly the place the first place people played golf in Wales
- A Marina – Conway Quays managed by Quay Marina’s Ltd
- An Industrial Estate – on the south-side of the A55, including the Conwy Brewery