Llandudno is situated in the Creuddyn Peninsula, it sits between the Great Orme and the Little Orme.
The beach is sand, shingle and rock and curves for two miles between the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme.
Llandudno’s North Shore has a wide curving Victorian promenade, which is not allowed to have any shops or stalls. This makes the promenade a delight to spend time on, without the stalls/shops walking, cycling, skateboarding is easy.
The pier is Grade II listed and dates from the late 1800s , it has an array of shops, cafe, bars and attractions.
The town has plenty of shops including some really good seaside shops, (seaside rubbish, but come on who doesn’t love these shops), it also has some lovely places to eat.
A tour bus can be taken from here to Conwy, a nice way to see the sights and learn a little more about the area.
Llandudno also has a Alice in Wonderland trail, however we visited rather late in the afternoon and the visitors information shop was closed meaning we couldn’t obtain a map, After wandering around for a while we found a few of the statues, then the weather decided to play monsoon, so we gave up and went to eat.
I like Llandudno, it’s a good old fashioned seaside town