Take a traditional break on the promenade
Llandudno is one of the most popular seaside resorts in North Wales. Situated between the Great and Little Orme headlands, this beautiful seafront is perfectly framed. To complement the view there is a wonderful promenade along the Blue Flag beach and the longest pier in Wales (2295 feet, 700 metres).
While in Llandudno itself you can ride the cable car to the top of the Great Orme. The longest passenger cable car system in Britain, this unique experience continues to be one of the town’s most popular attractions.
The neighbouring town of Conwy has many attractions including an attractive quay with the UK's smallest house and the Mussel Museum. Looming over the town is the marvellous Conwy Castle. Sitting over looking Colwn Bay is the mavellous Welsh Mountain Zoo where you can admire and learn about 100's of wild animals from all over the world.
A few miles from Llandudno is Bodnant Garden. This beautiful National Trust property has acres of wonderful gardens that have been tended for five generations.
For those happy to travel slightly further afield the enchanting Portmeirion is certainly worth a visit. Or for some sight-seeing and mountain climbing why not visit the Snowdonia National Park.