04 Jul

Llandudno is the largest resort in Wales with two beaches and many attractions including bars, restaurants, a cable car, museum and ski & snowboard centre

Llandudno beachLlandudno and Conwy County is a perfect holiday destination. Llandudno is only 15 miles away from Poet’s Cottage. Llandudno has got great events, atttractions and activities too – so why not enjoy a short break this summer.

It’s no mean feat listing all the things there are to do in Llandudno – Wales’ largest seaside resort. Just where do we begin? Fancy stretching your legs on the longest pier in Wales? A ride on Britain’s only cable hauled tramway? How about a picnic on an award-winning beach? You can check out the views from Britain’s longest passenger cable car. Or head for the slopes and try sno-tubing. Just make sure you leave time for mooching ‘round the shops, exploring the Bronze Age copper mine and a night at the theatre. And don’t forget to take a look behind the beautiful redbrick Victorian frontage of Mostyn – the foremost contemporary art gallery in Wales. Venue Cymru is a fantastic venue, playing host to many big names in music, comedy and theatre.

Llandudno PierClose by we’ve a World Heritage Site. Conwy’s castle and town walls are some of the best examples in Europe. The bustling mountain resort of Betws-y-Coed, recently declared the official gateway village to Snowdonia, has a host of activities too, including climbing, mountain biking and a high ropes adventure course.

And that’s not all. There’s our language, art, music and home-grown food. Legendary golf. More country walks than you can shake a stick at. Beautiful gardens, like the famous ones at Bodnant.

The majority of attractions in Llandudno are aimed at all audiences, whether it is a family who are visiting or even young members of the public or the elderly, there will definitely be something that attracts attention.

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