Llandudno is a Victorian seaside resort that lies on the coast of North Wales. The town has enjoyed a reliable flow of visitors each year thanks to its fantastic reputation of being one of the best holiday destinations for UK travellers and holiday makers. Once a favourite town of Queen Victoria, Llandudno still maintains the very same charm that helped make a name for itself across the country.
Llandudno is known as one of the most attractive seaside resorts in the country and can be found on the North Wales coast. The town of Llandudno is nestled between two notable carboniferous headland; the Great Orme and the Little Orme. Llandudno is located between the cities of Bangor and Chester and can be accessed via a range of transport methods including; car, train, coach, bus and by plane. There are a host of other beautiful coastal towns in close proximity that you may have hard of; Conwy, Deganwy, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl, Llandudno Junction, Bangor and Anglesey. All of these towns have made themselves very attractive to visitors as they each posses special features and attractions, ranging from historical venues and family attractions to wildlife and nature reserves.
What to see and do?
Llandudno has no shortage of attractions suitable for days out:
Bronze Age Copper Mines
The Victorian Pier
The Great Orme
Great Orme Tramway
Oriel Mostyn Art Gallery
Artificial Ski Slope
Bodafon Farm Park
Victoria Shopping Centre
Parc Llandudno Shopping Complex
Mostyn Champneys Shopping Park
Restaurants, bars and nightclubs
Shopping in Llandudno
Llandudno has a fantastic high street full of both local independent shops and department stores. As if this wasn’t enough to go at, Llandudno has a host of shopping facilities, from the Victoria Shopping Centre in the middle of town, to the Parc Llandudno Retail Complex and Mostyn Champneys Shopping Park!
Shops in Victoria Shopping Centre Llandudno: The Body Shop, Bon Marché, Bon Menswear, Boots Optician, Boots Chemist, Card Factory, Card Outlet, Claires Accessories, Dorothy Perkins, EE, Evans, Gift Company, Julian Graves, Mainframe, News Kiosk, O2, Orange, Peers the Jeweller, Specsavers, Store 21, The Fragrance Shop, Thomson, Thorntons, Timpson, Vodafone, Waterstone, The Hambone sandwich shop & café and Badgers Tea Rooms.
Shops in Parc Llandudno: Debenhams, BHS, Bank, Outfit, River Island, Monsoon, Accesorize, New Look, Next, First Choice, JD Sports, Boots and Costa Coffee
Shops in Mostyn Champneys: Aldi, Arc Carwash, Argos, The Bed Shed, Carpet Right, Currys, DFS, Dreams, Halfords, Harveys, Home Bargains, Homebase, Iceland, JJB Sports, Llandudno Superbowl, Maplin electronics, McDonalds, Pets at Home, Ponden Home, Sleepmasters, Smythes Toys and Staples.
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