Llandudno Travel Guide

Situated of the north coast of Wales, the seaside resort town of Llandudno is one of the most popular and vibrant destinations in this part of the country. The town boasts a collection of impressive Edwardian and Victorian buildings as well as a good range of modern amenities for visitors to make use of. Llandudno is also the gateway to Great Orme and a number of other enchanting natural attractions and this is a great place to use as a base while exploring the surrounding countryside.

Things to see and do in Llandudno

Great Orme – Llandudno, Wales

View from the Great Orme at Llandudno, North Wales. A tram can be seen coming up the great orme and people can be seen riding on the tram.

The towering limestone headland of Great Orme’s Head can be found just to the north of Llandudno and is a great place for nature lovers to explore. A winding trail runs along the top of the rugged cliffs, while visitors who want to see the area in comfort and style can also take the cable tramway to the very top of Great Orme’s Head to enjoy stunning panoramic views.

People who want to try their hands at skiing should head to the dry ski slope at Happy Valley. This area hosts the UK Artificial Ski Championships and the toboggan run is also suitable for people of all ages, while assistance is provided on the site by a number of professional instructors.

Happy Valley – Llandudno, Wales

View toward the pier at Happy Valley, Llandudno, North Wales.

A very scenic four mile circuit runs around the very top of Great Orme’s Head around Marine Drive. This road has been carved right into the limestone cliffs and provides dramatic coastal views, while people who want to learn more about the rich history and abundant wildlife of the area should stop by the visitor’s centre.

Llandudno, Wales

View along the promenade at Llandudno, North Wales. People can be seen sitting on benches and walking on the ptomenade.

Llandudno comes complete with two long sweeping stretching of golden sand where visitors can unwind for a while. While North Shore is the most popular beach in the area, West Shore is more secluded and provides a dramatic backdrop of sand dunes as well as a nearby promenade and a pier jutting out into the ocean.

Llandudno Pier – Llandudno, Wales

Llandudno Pier built between 1876 and 1871 on Llandudno North Beach a holiday resort In Wales, Gwynedd, Great Britain.

Llandudno provided the inspiration and setting for Lewis Carrol’s famous story and visitors can learn more about it by following the Alice in Wonderland Trail. This special exhibit contains a collection of statues that are scattered throughout the town and serve as a fitting tribute to the author and his wok.

Climate conditions

People who want to try their hand at winter sports in Llandudno should visit between the months of November and February. While temperatures plunge at this time of year, the weather is generally rather dry. However, sun worshippers will find that June to August are the hottest and sunniest months of the year.