Arriva Wales bus routes 5 and X5 run between Caernarfon and Llandudno, route X5 serving Deganwy and Maesdu and route 5 serving St Gwynan’s (For Dwygyfylchi) and Craig-y-don eastbound and both services serve Bangor and Y Felinheli westbound. Llew Jones runs the Conwy Clipa service 75 between Llanfairfechan and Llandudno.
Penmaenmawr lies on the route of the A55 Expressway providing access at Junction 16 and at 16A to Dwygyfylchi to and from the rest of the north coast. A mountain route through Capelulo links the towns to Conwy via Sychnant.
Hourly service from Penmaenmawr railway station by Transport for Wales to Holyhead and Chester on the North Wales Coast Line. These trains continue every two hours to Crewe and to Wrexham, Shrewsbury, Hereford, Abergavenny, Newport and Cardiff.
Active Travel Route
Active Travel is a Welsh Government initiative to encourage healthier travel and reduce traffic congestion. It means making everyday journeys to work, school, college, shops and leisure facilities by walking or cycling instead of using transport such as cars or buses. (The term “walking” includes using wheelchairs, mobility scooters and other mobility aids.)
Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi have excellent access to the Sustrans off road cycle route, National Route 5.