All aboard for a trip to the beautiful welsh coast that is Llandudno. This place literally has it all, sandy beaches, coastal walks, trip up the Great Orme either on foot or on the famous Great Orme Tramway, there are so many places to eat and drink, whether it be Fish and Chips or a traditional Welsh Cream tea.
Pack you bucket and spades, tie a knot in your hankies and let us take you on a nostalgic trip to this wonderful seaside town.
Did you know…..
The name Llandudno derives from its patron saint – Saint Tudno.
- Over 30 shipwreck remains can be found in Llandudno Bay with one of the oldest being the Phoenix which was a warship that wrecked in 1642.
- Great Orme houses approximately 4 miles of manmade tunnels some of which are nearly 4000 years old and used for copper mining.
- Llandudno had the largest copper mine in Europe and evidence suggest that some may have even been dug by young children due to the small size of the tunnels.
- Kashmiri can be found grazing in Great Orme were first introduced by Lord Mostyn in the 19th Century. They were turned in to fashion icon when Queen Victoria received a pair as present. A wild herd of approximately 200 Kashmir Goats can be found roaming today which are managed by Conwy County Council.