Sweeping bays of golden sands backed by the breathtaking beauty of Snowdonia. This is the resort of Llandudno, North wales.
Llandudno is one of Britain’s finest Victorian seaside resorts famed for its carefully preserved architecture and superb natural setting. Its long crescent promenade, wide shopping streets, sweeping sands and wealth of family attractions make it a special visitor haven.
Across the estuary is medieval Conwy, a World Heritage Site, with its magnificent castle, picture-postcard harbour and historic buildings.
Llandudno’s close neighbors, Colwyn Bay and Rhos-on-Sea, offer something for all the family from high action watersports to cycling along the coastal track or visiting the local mountain zoo.
What’s On in and around Llandudno
With so much going on in and around Llandudno, it’s impossible to list it all, but we have listed below just some of the sights, attractions and places to visit in The local area.
Llandudno offers everything for the whole family, with local attractions such as the Victorian Pier, High street shopping, Museums, National Theatre and the Great Orme, plus places to visit withing 30 minutes drive, such as The Snowdonia National Park, Bodnant National Trust Gardens, Historic Castles and Mountain Zoos.
Local to Llanudno
ALICE IN WONDERLAND CENTRE
BODAFON FARM PARK
City Sightseeing – (Guide Friday & Alpine)
CODMANS PUNCH & JUDY
CYCLING – SNOWDONIA CYCLE
GREAT ORME BRONZE AGE COPPER MINES
GREAT ORME COUNTRY PARK & VISITOR CENTRE
GREAT ORME SUMMIT COMPLEX
GREAT ORME TRAMWAY
HOME FRONT EXPERIENCE
LLANDUDNO CABLE CAR
LLANDUDNO SKI & SNOWBOARD CENTRE
LLANDUDNO TOWN TRAIL
NORTH WALES THEATRE
A Short Drive Away
CONWY RSPB NATURE RESERVE
SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK
SNOWDON MOUNTAIN RAILWAY
BODNANT NATIONAL TRUST GARDENS
WELSH MOUNTAIN ZOO
WELSH SLATE MINES
THE SMALLEST HOUSE
CAERNARFON TOWN & CASTLE