North Wales Coast

Llandudno and the North Wales coast – where life’s a beach!

What do you know about Llandudno and the North Wales coast? It has beaches, yes. It has lively and historic resorts, of course. It’s less than an hour from the England border near Chester.

You may not know that Llandudno has the world’s largest prehistoric mine and that Colwyn Bay now boasts one the best watersports centres in the country.

Walkers and cyclists will love the North Wales coast path, now part of the All Wales Coast Path. Much improved and mostly off-road, it brings you sea views, a castle at Flint, the Lourdes of Wales at St Winefride’s Well, dunes, wildlife and bags of variety. For fun and entertainment, head to the traditional beach resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn, where you’ll find amusement arcades, fairgrounds and candy floss. For a slower pace, go west to the village of Rhos-on-Sea.

Llandudno, where you can walk the Alice in Wonderland Trail, is known as the Queen of Welsh Resorts. It’s not difficult to see why. Its wide promenade is backed by a graceful crescent of Victorian Hotels and Guest Houses.

Llandudno and The North Wales Coast

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