Llandudno Pier

Llandudno Pier is a traditional Seaside Pier dating back to the late 1800s and the longest in Wales, stretching 2,295 feet over the sea.

www.llandudnopier.com

Punch & Judy

Punch and Judy. Who doesn’t love this traditional Victorian seaside fun? From Easter to mid-September you will find three daily shows near the entrance to the Pier.

www.visitllandudno.org.uk

Alice Trail

These app-driven trails allow you and your children to immerse yourselves in Alice’s Wonderland. The much-loved story is brought to life as you follow the trails round town.

All points of interest have an audio accompaniment and they’re interactive so you can stand in a scene with the characters to take a photo or a digital postcard to share with your friends and family.

www.alicetowntrails.co.uk

Boat Trips

During the Summer, you can take to the high seas with one of the many boat trips from the Jetty.

walesdirectory.co.uk

Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre

Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre is perfect for enjoying winter sports in the sun. Ski or Snowboard down the two ‘perma-snow’ slopes, which provides a perfect piste all year round.

www.jnlllandudno.co.uk

Golf

Llandudno boasts two invigorating and challenging Championship golf courses – North Wales Golf Club and Maesdu Golf Club, which are suitable for all levels of player, but there are many more.

www.northwalesgolfclub.org.uk
www.maesdugolfclub.co.uk
www.rhosgolf.co.uk
silverbirchgolfclub.co.uk
www.abergelegolfclub.co.uk

The Cable Car

Llandudno Cable Car is the longest cable car lift in the country which rises to a height of 651 ft above Sea level and takes you to the summit of the Great Orme.

www.llandudno.com

The Great Orme Copper Mines

Great Orme Copper Mines are the world’s largest prehistoric mines. Situated on the Great Orme, the Mines allow you to go underground to discover and learn about how the ancient people of Britain loved before the Roman invasion.

www.greatormemines.info

Theatres

For Theatre listing and all the latest details of what’s on at Venue Cymru please see:

venuecymru.co.uk
01492 872000

Zip World

Experience the thrills of Europe’s largest zip line and the fastest in the world, a little further afield in Blaenau Ffestiniog.

www.zipworld.co.uk

Conwy Castle

A short drive down the coast and you come to Conwy Castle which is located in the medieval walled town of Conwy in North Wales, open to the public as a visitor attraction throughout the year.

The castle is almost unique in the fact that the old town walls remain almost entirely intact and can still be walked on today.

www.conwy.com

Welsh Mountain Zoo

A twenty minute drive into Colwyn Bay and you can visit The Welsh Mountain Zoo, also known as the National Zoo of Wales, the oldest and most established Zoo in Wales.

welshmountainzoo.org

RSPB

For those who love nature we also have the RSPB reserve a short drive down the coast which boasts beautiful scenery and is home to wide array of wildlife.

www.rspb.org.uk

Aberfalls Distillery

Sample the delights of locally brewed Whisky, Gin and Liqueurs at Aberfalls Distillery in Abergwyngregyn.

www.aberfallsdistillery.com

Penderyn

For the whisky lovers among you: in May 2021 we were delighted to have Penderyn open their second distillery in the town. With an incredible range of award-winning whiskies, Penderyn really has revived the lost art of whisky distilling here in Wales and now they are offering tours of the facility with discounts for students and OAPs.

www.penderyn.wales

Visit Llandudno

For details of historic sites and gardens, trails and walks, water sport facilities and beaches and food and drink please see Visit Llandudno.

www.visitllandudno.org.uk

What St Kilda has to offer

As the St Kilda is a family-run hotel, you can expect a uniquely warm welcome. On your arrival at our Hotel you will always be met with a complimentary cup of tea or coffee and a plate of our famous homemade scones and from the moment you check in, friendly staff will be on hand to make your holiday a memorable experience.

The Hotel lies between the two headlands, Great Orme and the Little Orme, in the very centre of the sweeping Llandudno Promenade directly opposite the Bandstand. 5 minutes from the Shops, 5 minutes from the Pier, 5 minutes from the Theatre and only 1/2 a minute from the Sea!

As North Wales’ largest resort, Llandudno is a fantastic holiday destination with activities for everyone whether you’re looking for a quiet retreat or somewhere to take all the family.

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