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The Queen of the Welsh Resorts

Set in a beautiful bay, very few places can compare to the charm and elegance of the seaside town of Llandudno in Conwy, North Wales. Known as the 'Queen of the Welsh Resorts', Llandudno is packed with elegant Victorian and Edwardian seaside architecture which you can see as you make your way along the seafront.

Llandudno is a town which somehow blends seamlessly into modern life without losing its past charm and identity as an iconic seaside resort, the town is centred around its gracefully curved picturesque seafront which runs along the entire length of its magnificent promenade.

North Shore Beach is the main beach and runs alongside the promenade, during the Summer months children can be seen laughing and shouting at the traditional Punch and Judy shows and enjoying a steady donkey ride along the beach - Surely all seaside resorts should be like this?

Llandudno Pier
Llandudno is blessed with the longest pier in Wales, a fantastic Grade II listed iron pier which stretches some 700 metres out into the Irish Sea. Billed as the main visitor attraction for the town, you will find various shops that sell all kinds of goodies dotted along its length as well as funfair rides and a slide for the kids (at about the half way mark), there are also two arcades at either end of the pier along with a welcoming bar and separate café at the pier head.

The town lies between two headlands, these are called the Great Orme and the Little Orme. Without a doubt, the most popular and tallest of Llandudno's two headlands is the Great Orme, rising at a very impressive 207 metres out of the Irish Sea it certainly dominates the town's skyline.

Travelling to the summit of the Great Orme
There are a number of ways to reach the summit of the Great Orme, either by car or by bus or if you're bursting with excess energy you can walk up. By far the most popular way to travel up to the summit is by either cable car or tramway.

Heading to the summit on the longest cable car journey in the United Kingdom
To make the most of the jaw-dropping views over Llandudno Bay you're best to travel up to the summit by cable car, starting at Happy Valley, each four-person cable car slowly and effortlessly glides its way up the one-mile length to the top of the Great Orme.

Heading to the summit on Great Britain's only cable-hauled street tramway
For a truly unique travelling experience, you'll be reverted back to Llandudno's Victorian charm as you journey up the Great Orme Country Park and Nature Reserve in one of four tramcars, travelling at a steady four miles per hour, the journey allows you to soak up the outstanding views.

Located between Happy Valley Gardens and the Great Orme lies Llandudno Ski & Snowboard Centre, it offers a varied range of slope-based activities including skiing, snowboarding and sno-tubing. Fancy trying your hand at tobogganing? Well you're in luck because the centre just happens to have Toboggan run, but not just any run, at 750 metres long, it happens to be the longest Cresta Toboggan run in Wales!

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Llandudno tourist information

The Queen of the Welsh Resorts

Set in a beautiful bay, very few places can compare to the charm and elegance of the seaside town of Llandudno in Conwy, North Wales. Known as the 'Queen of the Welsh Resorts', Llandudno is packed with elegant Victorian and Edwardian seaside architecture which you can see as you make your way along the seafront.

Llandudno is a town which somehow blends seamlessly into modern life without losing its past charm and identity as an iconic seaside resort, the town is centred around its gracefully curved picturesque seafront which runs along the entire length of its magnificent promenade.

North Shore Beach is the main beach and runs alongside the promenade, during the Summer months children can be seen laughing and shouting at the traditional Punch and Judy shows and enjoying a steady donkey ride along the beach - Surely all seaside resorts should be like this?

Llandudno Pier
Llandudno is blessed with the longest pier in Wales, a fantastic Grade II listed iron pier which stretches some 700 metres out into the Irish Sea. Billed as the main visitor attraction for the town, you will find various shops that sell all kinds of goodies dotted along its length as well as funfair rides and a slide for the kids (at about the half way mark), there are also two arcades at either end of the pier along with a welcoming bar and separate café at the pier head.

The town lies between two headlands, these are called the Great Orme and the Little Orme. Without a doubt, the most popular and tallest of Llandudno's two headlands is the Great Orme, rising at a very impressive 207 metres out of the Irish Sea it certainly dominates the town's skyline.

Travelling to the summit of the Great Orme
There are a number of ways to reach the summit of the Great Orme, either by car or by bus or if you're bursting with excess energy you can walk up. By far the most popular way to travel up to the summit is by either cable car or tramway.

Heading to the summit on the longest cable car journey in the United Kingdom
To make the most of the jaw-dropping views over Llandudno Bay you're best to travel up to the summit by cable car, starting at Happy Valley, each four-person cable car slowly and effortlessly glides its way up the one-mile length to the top of the Great Orme.

Heading to the summit on Great Britain's only cable-hauled street tramway
For a truly unique travelling experience, you'll be reverted back to Llandudno's Victorian charm as you journey up the Great Orme Country Park and Nature Reserve in one of four tramcars, travelling at a steady four miles per hour, the journey allows you to soak up the outstanding views.

Located between Happy Valley Gardens and the Great Orme lies Llandudno Ski & Snowboard Centre, it offers a varied range of slope-based activities including skiing, snowboarding and sno-tubing. Fancy trying your hand at tobogganing? Well you're in luck because the centre just happens to have Toboggan run, but not just any run, at 750 metres long, it happens to be the longest Cresta Toboggan run in Wales!

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