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One of the United Kingdom’s foremost concert and theater venues overlooks the Irish Sea and the rocky beach of Llandudno.
The wide red boardwalk separates the road from the beach in this scenic zone, where pantomime puppets and paddling pools take prominent positions.
With a paddling pool and climbing frame at one end and pantomime puppet shows at the other, this strand is a child’s dream.
Amusement arcades, ice cream parlors, souvenir shops and views of the Great Orme await at this Victorian-era pier, which juts out into Llandudno Bay.
Ride this Victorian tramway to the summit of Great Orme to enjoy breathtaking views of Llandudno Bay and superb wildlife-spotting opportunities.
Discover everything from scenic drives, hikes and tram rides to ancient mines, wildlife and panoramic views of Llandudno Bay at this imposing limestone headland.
Bodysgallen Hall is an exquisite country hotel with award-winning gardens, overlooked by Pydew Mountain on the rugged North Wales coast. It is owned by the National Trust and offers views across to Conwy Castle and the Creuddyn Peninsula.
Gothic sculptures and stained-glass windows adorn the interior, while a Virgin Mary statue watches over visitors entering this friendly parish.
Ski, snowboard and toboggan year round just outside the resort town of Llandudno, with stunning views over the Irish Sea.