Llandudno is a popular Victorian seaside town situated on the North Wales coast. It is a clean traditional resort which attracts thousands of visitors each year.
There is a train and bus station for easy access.
There is plenty to do for all ages in Llandudno itself. Attractions include:
• Victorian pier and promenade,
• Shopping centre and Parc Llandudno retail shops,
• Refurbished theatre and conference centre (Venue Cymru),
• Gallery and museum,
• Victorian tramway,
• Britain’s longest cable car run,
• Two award winning sandy beaches,
• The Great Orme and its copper mines,
• Ski slope and snowboard centre,
• Toboggan run,
• Happy valley and Halfre gardens,
• Golf courses,
• Ten pin bowling alley,
• Ten screen cinema,
• Boating pool, paddling pool and play area,
• Large range of restaurants, cafes and bars.
Llandudno is ideally situated to visit many other places of interest which are close by which include:
• Conwy and its castle,
• Snowdonia and the mountain railway,
• Bodnant Gardens,
• Betws-y-coed and swallow falls,
• Isle of Anglesey,
• Welsh mountain zoo,
• RSPB nature reserve,
Coach trips are available to book for many of the above places. Boat trips also run during the summer from Llandudno.
During the year Llandudno hold many events including:
• Victorian extravaganza and transport festival,
• Car Rally,
• Celtic winter fayre,
• Fireworks display,
• Antique and collectors fayres etc...