Llandudno has historically been a seaside resort town and all the attractions which have brought visitors here since the mid 19th century are now complimented by an ever-growing range of activities and places of interests in the surrounding area.
In recent years Llandudno's West Shore, Pen Morfa, has become a mecca for extreme sports enthusiasts enjoying high speed kite buggying, and performing fantastic stunts. The West Shore is probably Britain's best beach for kite surfing and Turbulence have established an annual 'Kitejam' bringing competing 'kiters' from across Britain and beyond. picture courtesy of UK Kiting
If you are a golfer there's a large variety of scenic courses within just a few minutes of the town. In Llandudno there's Maesdu Golf Club and North Wales Golf Club Llandudno.Conwy, the venue for the Ryder Cup in Wales is a stone's throw and just a few minutes away are alternative courses at Rhos-on-Sea, Old Colwyn, Penmaenmawr and Llanfairfechan.
The Conwy area has fabulous riding country with mountains and seascapes adding to the freedom of horseback riding. You will find several reputable stables within a short distance of Llandudno. Other guests have enjoyed riding at Gwydyr Stables Ltd Activity Centre, Ty Coch Farm, Betws-y-Coed Tel:01690 760248
John Nike Leisure have a superb winter sports centre here at Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre situated on the slopes of the Great Orme. The centre is also home to the ever popular 'Cresta Run' 750 metre toboggan course.If you have no previous experience on the slopes, Ski and Snowboarding lessons for all ages and abilities can be booked by phone. There's also a very picturesque crazy golf there for the less adventurous! Hot meals and snacks are served throughout the day and evening in the cosy Alpine Lodge bar, try the hot mulled wine or hot chocolate with Baileys for a winter warmer. Tel:01492 874707
Llandudno has a modern regional theatre with a huge variety of productions including Ballet, Opera and Orchestral concerts, drama of every kind through to rock concerts, the annual pantomime and smaller local events.The theatre is part of Venue Cymru which is also home to a major conference centre and arena. In nearby Colwyn Bay we have the smaller Theater Colwyn offering an alternative venue for stage and film.
If you simply enjoy the freedom of fresh air you can discover the local countryside right here by the sea in Llandudno. The Great Orme is a huge country park over 5 miles around.Many visitors enjoy the magnificent scenery with a two and a half hour walk around the Orme along Marine Drive, breaking for refreshments at the aptly named 'Rest and be Thankful Cafe'.For a more leisurely outing, you might like to venture to the Summit Complex via the Great Orme Tramway or Britain's longest Cable Car ride. At the Summit you'll find stunning views and a fascinating and completely free Visitors' Centre. There's also crazy golf and children's playground, cafe and Randolph Turpin's Bar.Half-way up the Great Orme is the 'buried treasure' of Llandudno, the famous 4000 year old Copper Mines. Children love to explore the fascinating underground tunnels which are part of a much larger network of copper workings mined out over millennia. Enjoy your visit with a relaxing hot drink in the reading room, a fund-raising library where you'll find the a wonderful assortment of second-hand books across all subjects all available for sale at very low prices.
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