I’m not sure what it is but somehow sunsets look better when viewed across the water or mountains….a sunset in Birmingham doesn’t look quite the same! To be honest the sun can make any day feel or seem better. So here are just a few of the sunsets that I have seen since I have been in North Wales as well as a few in the day, which also go to show that it isn’t always raining in Wales:
This was taken by a friend in Holyhead to show me what I was missing…..I really couldn’t disagree, although living where I do it is a bit of a trek to Hoyhead if you don’t have a reason to go. I’m sure the sunset was as good the same night in other parts of Wales
This was taken on a Sunday in December while walkng down a street in Mochdre. In the distance is the Carnaeddau.
This was taken at the New Year (2016) on Conwy Harbour. Not quite sunset but the sun lights up Deganwy which is on the opposite shore. Conwy is a great place to visit with some great pubs and restaurants
Depending on where you live in Llandudno then you are unlikely to see sunsets……..unless you go down to West Shore where this was taken. Most people head to North Shore when they go to Llandudno but a visit to West Shore is highly recommended, especially if you want sand!
Taken in the summer on the terrace at the Deganwy Quay Hotel, having a cold beer…..life is good!
You also get views of Conwy Castle as well and if you want something to eat I would recommend The Olive Grove
Taken mid-morning in Rhos-on-Sea as the sun breaks through the clouds, it just transforms the landscape. Rhos has a a great beach for walking along but you do need to know the tide times.
Finally Llandudno pier early one Sunday morning with Little Orme
in the distance