Llandudno is one of the most popular tourist destinations in North Wales because of all the attractions that is has to offer that suit a wide range of ages. Whether you go for a family holiday, romantic getaway or energetic adventure, the Victorian town of Llandudno is a must see.
Blessed with a stunning location on the North Wales coast, the town welcomes many visitors that want to enjoy the classic ‘seaside resort’ vibe and with its never ending list of views, attractions, scenery and things to do, it’s no wonder Llandudno is considered one of the most spectacular visitor spots in the United Kingdom.
The beautiful limestone headlands – the Great and Little Orme, each of which sit at opposite ends of the town are big attractions in themselves. The Great Orme is a popular hot spot with visitors, as the views, amenities and experience to be had when at the top is truly stunning. This attraction is perfect for visitors to spend a few hours, gazing over the North Wales coast and enjoying the café, shop, mini golf facility, play park, bronze mine and wonder range of walks. There is a Great Orme tramway, which runs during the warmer months to take visitors to the top should they not drive or fancy the walk. There is also a cable car facility!
Llandudno’s West Shore is known for its gorgeous beach, which homes phenomenal views across the sea. It is also the perfect place to enjoy some sunbathing and paddling with all of the family! The Victorian Pier is the longest in Wales and is situated close to the Great Orme, which is also popular with visitors to Llandudno Other nearby gems include the Isle of Anglesey, Colwyn Bay, Deganwy and the town of Conwy.