Location & Directions
Llandudno is one of the finest traditional seaside resorts in the world famously unspoilt. There is so much to enjoy here, A splendid promenade spans the gently curving bay between the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme. The beach on the West Shore attracts visitors with glorious views of Snowdonia, Anglesey and Conwy. The town is outstandingly preserved, with all the traditional attractions of its Victorian origins. All year round, Llandudno is a bustling centre for shopping, entertainment and cultural life. Thousands of holidaymakers climb up the Great Orme to see the thrilling views from the summit. There is plenty to explore around the Orme. Take the Victorian tramway (it celebrated its 100-year anniversary in 2002) to the top. Here you will find Gift & Curio Shops, Amusements, Themed restaurant & cafeteria, Randolph Turpin's Bar, Olde Victorian Picture House, Rocky Pines adventure Golf, the Great Orme LLandududno Ski Slope, Cable Car and the New Alice In Wonderland Themed Band Stand and Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum await. And don't forget Llandudno boast the longest pier in Wales!
Wales leading contemporary art gallery'Mostyn Gallery' , with exciting cutting edge works by Welsh and international artists. The Building is topped by a landmark gold spire almost a work of art in itself.