Visiting Llandudno

Description of Llandudno

Llandudno, in North Wales, is the largest resort of the country. The city stands between the Great and Little Ormes, and has two gorgeous beaches, the North Shore and the sand duned West Shore.

Inside info

The Victorian Llandudno pier is known as “The undisputed Queen of piers in Wales”. It is the longest in Wales (2295 ft), with panoramic views of the Happy Valley Gardens, and with the Great Orme set in its background. A must see attraction open 364 days a year with many different attractions of all sorts in order to please everybody.The Happy Valley is a sheltered valley that used to be a copper mining site and later a stone quarry. It was given to the town in celebration of the golden jubilee of Queen Victoria. Within the Valley, views are spectacular, gardens with specimen trees are particularly nice. Higher up is the Llandudno artificial ski slope. Whatever your interests, the Happy Valley has much to offer.The little church of Saint Tudno is hidden in a north facing enclave on the Great Orme and is the original church of the district of Llandudno, from the 6th century. The adjacent town cemetery is still in use. Open air church services are held every Sunday morning (if wet, it is held in the church). The Great Orme is reachable by tramway, foot, bike, car through the Marina Drive, and even by cable car.Conwy, located just 5 miles away from Llandudno, is a small town surrounded by battlements where walking the town walls is free and absolutely lovely. Juxtaposed to the city, a fantastic and absolutely charming castle stands proudly from 1289. The views of the sea on one side and gently rolling green hills on the other are worth a visit. (

Did you know ?

Did you know that the family of the “real Alice” from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland regularly spent holidays at their holiday-home “Penmorfa”, on the West Shore of Llandudno, around 1860?

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The climate in Llandudno

Located on the north coast of Conway County, Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales and has a population of 20,090. The town is on a flat isthmus of sand between the mainland and the Great Orme peninsula. Some of the major attractions are the bay and shore, the award-winning pier, Happy Valley, and the annual May Victorian Carnival. Llandudno enjoys a climate with warm summers and mild to cool winters. The average high temperature in summer is about 20°C. In winter, the average high is about 8°C with lows near 3°C. Rainfall occurs throughout the year with October through December being the wettest months.