Llandudno has retained its period charm for well over a century, but this bustling resort is certainly not stuck in the past! Take an exhilarating powerboat ride in Llandudno Bay, try kite surfing on West Shore beach, experience Wales’ longest toboggan run….or go underground and explore the world’s largest bronze age copper mine.
Welcome to the Queen of Welsh Resorts.
The picture-perfect Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno has remained virtually unchanged since its heyday. The sweeping bay of the North Shore is lined with pastel-coloured hotels and the unmistakable backdrop of The Great Orme’s limestone cliffs. It is this glorious holiday destination that has inspired and delighted visitors for centuries.
Why not take a walk in the shoes of Alice Pleasance Liddell, who inspired Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’. Find 40 points of interest throughout the town on The Alice Trail. You can even download the App to your phone to learn all about Alice’s holidays to Llandudno as a child!
The Great Orme provides a variety of attractions, as well as easy walking routes with fantastic panoramic views across Conwy. You can reach the summit of this distinctive 670ft high headland by tram, or even cable car.
Home to rare butterflies and goats, the Orme is a great place for nature lovers to explore. Once you’ve returned to sea level, be sure to stroll along the pier and enjoy a delicious Welsh ice cream.
A trip to Llandudno just isn’t complete without a stroll along the famous promenade. Stretching along the bay, the promenade has a distinctive Victorian feel. You’ll discover an array of great things to do including a paddling pool and band stand – so there’s always something going on.
At the end of the prom stand Llandudno’s Pier. The popular pier continues to delight visitors with a selection of shops, arcades and rides.
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