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Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in North Wales and is known by as the Queen of Welsh resorts. Llandudno is trapped in a time bubble, holding on to its Victorian heritage and making most of its tourism history. Everything quintessentially British can be found in Llandudno, including donkey rides, Punch and Judy shows, one of only three fully functional trams in the world, promenades, sandy beaches and a pier. When having a holiday in Llandudno seaside tradition is the centre of every day, and the amount of activities and attractions keep visitors returning year after year.

The resort has two beaches. The North Shore is the award-winning beach that attracts visitors in large numbers all year round. It is backed by the large promenade allowing easy access to the town’s facilities, cafes, restaurants and shopping areas. Flowing from the busy streets to the sand, holidaymakers can take in everything that makes Llandudno special and can find everything they need within the large bending promenade area. For families, imagine adults eating ice creams on deck chairs watching their children splash around in the sea. In addition, for couples, imagine romantic walks along the water’s edge before sharing a bottle of wine at a quiet café overlooking the beautiful sunset.

The West Beach is a lot quieter and remote due to it being away from the promenade with sand dunes behind and less access. However, this makes it more of playground for the entire family, ideal for getting away from the larger crowds.

The Victorian Pier on the North Shore is the longest in Wales, at 2,295 feet. Attractions on the pier include a café and a bar, fairground rides, amusements arcades and a selection of shops. During the summer months, Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy show takes place at the entrance of the pier.

The town of Llandudno is based on a Peninsula and is surrounded by rolling hills. Standing at the end of the Pier and looking back towards the town the Snowdonia National Park can be see dominating the skyline on a clear day. Llandudno itself is based between The Great Orme and The Little Orme hills, two preserved areas of natural beauty that stand tall around the town. To get to the top of The Great Orme from the centre of Llandudno without the use of car or walking then the Tram and the Aerial Cable Car can are the way to travel. The Cable Car is the longest in the UK offering fantastic views of Llandudno and the surrounding countryside, and at the top, the whole world appears to sweep into view.

Llandudno offers so many attractions and unique experience to its visitors without even leaving the frontal Promenade. For holiday makers looking to explore further afield then the whole of North Wales await, and Llandudno accommodation is the ideal base to explore the fantastic country.

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