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Highlights in Llandudno
- Seaside town
- Lush countryside
- Family fun
- Hill walking
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Stay in Llandudno’s laidback seaside town and you will be footsteps from the beach and many quaint shops and cafes dotted around the town. Rolling Welsh hills rising behind the town offer stunning views out towards the sea and are a fabulous place to stay for those seeking a calm retreat. If this is your thing, then look for a holiday rental in the area of Byrn Pydew.Traditional Welsh lettings
Pretty white lettings with Welsh grey slate roofs are the order of the day in the countryside around Llandudno town. Right in the centre of town, large, airy and comfortable holiday rentals provide a luxurious and restful refuge after a day spent exploring this fascinating and beautiful holiday location.
Holidays in Llandudno
The area and getting around
Located on the north coast of Wales, Llandudno is a beautiful town with so much to explore! As you drive through Wales towards your holiday location, you will be stunned by the extraordinary and delightful countryside, rising over lush green hills and craggy rocks. Llandudno is a seaside town so the views, wherever you are in the town, are towards the sea or welsh hills – each offering their own sense of peace and tranquillity.Relax or explore, the choice is yours!
Holidays in Llandudno will naturally centre around the beaches. The main one, West Shore Breach, is framed with attractive headlands called the Great Orme and Little Orme. On the other side of the Great Orme there is a second beautiful and unspoilt beach. If you fancy a stroll with a view, you’ll love the promenade that hugs the main beach in Llandudno, with Victorian style shops lining one side and the open ocean on the other.
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Llandudno is a holiday resort that looks almost the same as it did in Victorian times. It has even maintained its beautiful Victorian Pier so that you can step out over the ocean while keeping your shoes dry! The pier has covered viewing areas to allow visitors to enjoy the ocean sights no matter the weather. Shopping in Llandudno feels very similar to how it might have 150 years ago, as the large, original storefront buildings have not changed in any way since Llandudno first opened up as a holiday resort for the wealthy.Llandudno for lovers of the great outdoors
The hills behind Llandudno rise dramatically up from the beaches, offering a wonderful mix of forest and open hills for vigorous hiking or more relaxed walks. Trail maps are available from the Tourist Office, so choose your own adventure – each option is magical! If you prefer to be on the water, take a trip on a sightseeing boat from North Shore Jetty which will guide you around the coast of this stunning part of Wales. Watch out for seals, and if you’re lucky, dolphins!
Llandudno was an inspiration for Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic, Alice in Wonderland!
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This unique museum houses a vast collection of Home Front memorabilia, from toys to gas masks to medicines. Learn how it felt to live in Llandudno during the Second World War!2. Take a trip on the Great Orme Tramway
Llandudno is home to Britain’s only cable hauled (funicular) tramway which actually travels over public roads. Opened in 1902, visitors start at Victoria Station, near the pier, and then climb all the way up to the top of the Great Orme.3. Visit the spiritual home of Llandudno
One of the sons of an ancient Welsh King, Tudno sought a spiritual life and settled on a rocky outcrop on the Great Orme. He founded a church which became Saint Tudno, which in turn became the base for Llandudno’s development. St. Tudno’s church now stands on the foundations of his original building.4. Take your kids to see some farm animals
Bodafon Farm Park is a working farm located near Llandudno’s seafront. As well as stunning views over the ocean you will find myriad animals here, including goats, deer and llamas.5. Explore a Bronze Age copper mine
Thought to be the largest known prehistoric mine on the planet, Great Orme Mines hark back to 2,000 years before the Romans set foot on the British Isles! Traverse through the passageways of the mine and get a sense of what it was like to be a miner all those years ago.