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Beautiful seaside town in North Wales with plenty to see and do - Discover Llandudno, North Wales

Discover Llandudno, North Wales

Llandudno in North Wales is a traditional seaside town that became one of North Wales' most popular tourist attractions to the Victorians. Evidence of this Victorian legacy is still very apparent in the town and along the seafront today. The mix of traditional and modern attractions makes Llandudno one of the must visit places in beautiful North Wales. If you are planning a trip to Llandudno then you won't be disappointed by the host of things to do and see and with a range of lovely hotels and guesthouses to choose from to stay, it is easy to have a room with a view along the seafront.

A shopping trip in Llandudno can be a lovely experience too.  With all the shops you would expect to see on any high street mixed with some traditional seaside shops and lovely little boutique places you get a truly authentic seaside town experience.  Wander through the town and see the shopping experience created by the Victorians with their canopied streets and specialty shops which are a delight to browse.

Llandudno boasts two beautiful beaches and has easy access to beaches further afield ensuring there is plenty to explore.

Take a stroll along the traditional promenade to the pier head and enjoy the longest pier in North Wales that also offers hours of fun for the whole family. 

There is much more to Llandundo than beaches and traditional seaside experiences. Llandudno has much more to offer, some of which are listed here; 

  • A tramway that is over 100 years old can still be caught in these modern times to take a trip up the Great Orme which is an impressive natural structure of limestone that was christened 'sea monster' by the Vikings. Since then it has become a much explored and loved place. You don't have to take the tramway up this 'mini mountain', you can walk, drive or for the more adventurous take the cable car which gives you a great opportunity to take in the views across the sea and the beautiful North Welsh scenery.
  • There are also the bronze age copper mines were discovered in the 1980's and were a groundbreaking discovery that offered insight into how our ancestors lived and worked 2000 years ago. You can take a tour around some of these mines and learn some of this amazing and interesting history for yourself. These mines are still being excavated so who knows what secrets they still hold that we are yet to discover. 
  • Llandudno was one of the places that inspired Lewis Carroll when he was writing his world famous book, Alice In Wonderland. You can see these sights for yourself with a tour around the town and learn about the book and also the real 'Alice' who used to holiday regularly in Llandudno with her family. 

With all this open to discovery, you can see why Llandudno earned its nickname the 'Queen Of Welsh Resorts'. 

  1. Llandudno Blogs And Information

    Llandudno Blogs And Information

    Llandudno in North Wales is a fascinating place to live and visit, offering a rich and varied history, a protected promenade where you can sit and look out to sea on a sunny day and a Victorian pier to stroll along and while away the day. Read our blogs on Llandudno to find out more what there is to see and do here.

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  2. Gregory's Jewellerys in Llandudno

    Gregory's Jewellers, LLandudno

    Gregory's Jewellers is a traditional jewellery shop in the heart of the historic high street in the seaside town of Llandudno.  

    The business offers a fabulous experience when shopping for jewellery and is known for being the largest stockist of beautiful Clogau Gold in the area. In addition to this it is the place to go if you are looking for second hand rolex watches. Refurbished to the highest quality, these make a wonderful gift for a loved one on a special occasion. 

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  3.  Chess Clothing Boutique in Llandudno

    Chess Clothing Boutique Llandudno

    A you looking for a fabulous dress for a special occasion? Chess Clothing Boutique is the little shop with big ideas on Upper Mostyn Street Llandudno where you will find the best selection in prom dresses, race day dresses, wedding outfits, cruise wear, individual formal evening wear and a range of statement piece accessories to complement your outfit. With a spectacular range of colours and styles, plus a friendly professional customer service to help you choose the right outfit for you, there really is a ladies outfit for everyone. During the spring and summer season you will also find affordable separates and linens suitable for your holidays abroad so it is easy to indulge yourself as there will be a dress or outfit for every occasion - smart, casual, and in between - to suit a range of budgets. Chess Clothing Boutique has a loyal following from all over the country due to the range and style of the individual pieces sold at prices that outshine competitors. Individuality is key and proprietor Chris who has been providing a splash of glamour in Llandudno for over 30 years is very pleased to work with customers to find what they are looking for, whatever their theme and desires.

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    Chess Clothing Boutique

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    01492 878955
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  4. TV Conwy Film Promotion for Events & Community

    TV Conwy Film Promotion for Events & Community

    As a community social enterprise, TV Conwy offers on-the-job work experience for volunteers in the creation of high quality visual media that includes Films, Photography and Vlogs, promoting events, community group activities educational opportunities and businesses. As an internet based community TV channel, TV Conwy offers work experience opportunities within the local community to young people, students and those interested in learning more about photography and film. With the help of volunteers, TVConwy provide a range of skills in media production that can be utilised by businesses, third sector organisations, schools and local authorities for many educational or promotional purposes. If you would like to find out more on how to get involved, take part or work on a collaborative project, please contact Debbie Braden on 077428 10049. If you would like to become a volunteer pick up the phone today.

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    TV Conwy

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