Things to do

The Great Orme

The Great Orme, rising from the sea at Llandudno, has attracted countless generations of people from the Stone Age right up to the present day. Whether your interests lie in history, bird watching and natural history or simply walking or enjoying spectacular views, the Great Orme has something to offer. 2 miles long and 1 mile wide and rising 207 metres (679 feet) from the sea. The geology, wildlife, archaeology and landscape is of such importance that much of the headland has been designated a Special Area of Conservation, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Heritage Coast.
There’s a huge variety of things to see and do on the Great Orme such as the Tramway, Cable Cars, Country Park Visitor Centre, The Summit Complex, Pitch & Putt Golf Course, Dry Ski Slope & Toboggan, Copper Mines, Happy Valley & Haulfre Gardens, excellent rock climbing routes, Kashmiri Mountain Goats and the spectacular Victorian Pier at the foot.

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Beaches on North Shore and West Shore

Llandudno is in the privileged position of being nestled between two shorelines, both within easy walking distance.

You can follow the Alice in Wonderland Trail which will lead you through the town from one shore to the other. Whilst North Shore is busier with a mainly rocky beach, West shore is quieter with plenty of sand and sunbathing spots.
Both shores have places to sit and sip a cocktail or two whilst watching the glorious sun set.

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Conwy Town

With its cobbled streets, the walled town of Conwy has an abundance of character and historical interest. Conwy Castle, the smallest house in Britain on the Quay, the exclusive yachting marina, The Suspension Bridge, Plas Mawr Elizabethan House, RSPB Nature Reserve are some of the many popular attractions in Conwy.

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Outdoor Sports

Not one but two award winning golf courses on your doorstep and another four within a 10 mile radius. Boasting a 200m permasnow ski slope and the longest toboggan run in the country on the Great Orme. Surf Snowdonia, the world’s first and only Wavegarden surfing destination of its kind is less than 30 minutes drive away, and Zip World the fastest zip line in the world is approx. 40 minutes by car.
Not to mention the world famous Snowdon mountain range, the highest in Wales and England is just a short drive away.

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Llandudno has the newly opened Penderyn Welsh whisky distillery, and the famous gin distillery, ‘Aber Falls’ not far away in Abergwyngregyn, both offering tours. There is an array of local breweries and taprooms, The Great Orme Brewery, Conwy Brewery and Wild Horse Brewing company to name a few.
Also Gwinllan Vineyard comes highly recommended – their wine is outstanding!

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