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Coach Holidays to Llandudno

Search coach holidays to Llandudno and find discounted coach tours and trips to Llandudno and Colwyn Bay in Wales. Llandudno coach holidays are available throughout the year from local departure points across the UK with leading coach operators. Llandudno, Wales is an ideal destination for a coach tour as it has some stunning beaches and 1st class attractions to enjoy. Llandudno is Wales's largest resort, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes, it has two stunning beaches, the award winning North Shore Beach and the quieter sand duned West Shore, perfect if your in search of somewhere relaxing. Llandudno has kept much of its Victorian and Edwardian elegance despite the much more modern attractions and is one of Wales' best-loved holiday resorts. 2014 coach trips to Llandudno are selling now so if you are planning a holiday next year please use the search form to find the best deals or contact us.


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Llandudno Coach Tour Highlights

If you are interested in a coach holiday to Llandudno the following video will provide more information about Llandudno and the Dorset coast.

Llandudno Coach Holiday Highlights

The most popular attractions in and around Llandudno are;

- Great Orme Mines

- Marine Drive

- Llandudno Boat Trips

- Great Orme Cable Cars

- Conwy Castle

- Welsh Mountain Zoo

- Harlequin Puppet Theatre

Read on for more information about these and further attractions you can visit on a coach holiday to Llandudno

Llandudno History

Evidence has been found going back 4000 years, on the limestone hillside of the region. And evidence of mining here in the Bronze Age and during the Roman occupation supports the idea further. During the Victorian era however, the mining trade in the Llandudno area died out, and like so many other towns Llandudno became a popular tourist destination, not only for the upper classes, but also for those wishing to briefly escape their work lives, the seaside provided fresh clean air, which was a welcome refreshment from the hard work in mines and factories.

Places of interest / attractions in Llandudno

Coach holidays to Llandudno provide the opportunity to visit a wide range of attractions and places of interest.

Great Orme Mines

These amazing copper mines were discovered below the ground, in 1987 and represent one of the most astounding and important archaeological discoveries of recent time. Dating back at least 4,000 years to the Bronze Age they completely change our knowledge about these ancient people of Britain. They give insight to their civilized and structured society 2,000 years before the Roman invasion and are now thought to be the largest Prehistoric mines, so far discovered in the World.

Juline Drive

The Marine Drive is a stunning four-mile scenic drive round the base of the Great Orme headland, from Llandudno's North Shore to its West, this breathtaking drive has much to interest visitors to the area. It is a toll road, but the charge is only £2.50 per car, which includes parking on the Orme, and at the summit.

Pots 2 Colour

Whether you are a family looking for a North Wales based attraction or just someone in search of something a bit different. Why not visit Pots 2 colour, a pottery-painting studio, which encourages artistic creativity within a colourful, caring environment. Ideal if your searching for a unique souvenir, to remind you of your vacation.

Llandudno Boat Trips

Boat sightseeing trips viewing the Little Orme and Great Orme (approx 1hr); Great Orme (approx. 1/2 hour), payable on board. Sea fishing trips (2hr and 4hr)

Great Orme Tramway

Delighting visitors since it opened in 1902, the Great Orme Tramway allows visitor to Llandudno, a relaxed scenic view of Great Orme and the surrounding area.

Great Orme Cable Cars

Why not enjoy a ride on the Llandudno Cable Car during your visit to this sensational resort. The cable cars travel silently from Happy Valley to the summit of the Great Orme experience these breathtaking views of Llandudno, the Little Orme, Conwy Estuary and beyond from a different perspective.

Summit Complex

The Summit Complex now home to a Bar and Restaurant themed on the famous Randolph Turpin (a past owner of the complex itself)

Camera Obscura

This fascinating attraction presents a visual aid using a system of mirrors and lens to project a 360° panorama view rich in colour and detail of the local area onto a circular table.

The Olde Victorian Picture House

A choice of Western, Victorian or gangster themed photographs taken while you wait for historical research into your family name or crest or find out what happened on the day you were born.

Bodafon Farm Park

Overlooking the sea and situated close to Llandudno's town centre, whilst still being set in the heart of the Welsh Countryside. Bodafon offers people of all ages a chance to see some of Britain's rarest sheep, pigs, cattle, poultry and wildlife.

Donkey Rides

Why not try a donkey ride on the beach! These delightful creatures are on the beach each daily, tide and weather permitting.

Llandudno Museum

This wonderful museum brings together collections presenting the areas Local history with exhibitions ranging from archaeology, a Welsh kitchen, a section on WWI and WWII, the famous Copper Mines, and even Roman remains.

Great Orme Country Park

This stunning country park really does have something to offer all. Whether your interests lie in history, bird watching or just walking and enjoying the spectacular views that this wonderful region has to offer. This Beautiful Place has been designated a special area of conservation, a site of special scientific interest and a heritage coast.

Aberconwy House, National Trust

Believed to be the oldest town house in Wales and dating from the 14th-century, this magnificent townhouse has been carefully restored to give an idea of the daily life of its residents over time.

Plas Mawr

this stunning medieval home is an architectural gem, the best surviving town house of the Elizabethan era to be found anywhere in Britain.

Places of interest / attractions near Llandudno

Coach holidays to Llandudno provides the opportunity to visit a number of attractions and places of interest in the surrounding area.

Welsh Mountain Zoo - Nr, Colwyn Bay

Wooded pathways, grassy slopes and beautiful gardens, set the scene for this wonderful zoo. Spend a day, in this lovely environment learning about rare and endangered species from Britain and around the world including Snow Leopards, Chimpanzees, Red Pandas and Sumatran Tigers!

Harlequin Puppet Theatre - Rhos-on-Sea

Visit Britain's first and only permanent theatre designed and built for puppets. This charming theatre seating 120 people is situated in its tree-shaded garden only a few yards from the sea.

Bodnant Garden - Conwy Valley

One of the most beautiful gardens in the UK, spanning around 80 acres, Bodnant Gardens are situated above the River Conwy on ground sloping towards the west with stunning views over the Snowdonia range.

Glaze Away Ltd - Colwyn Bay

Paint your own souvenirs, which we will then glaze and fire in the onsite kilns, ready for you to return to collect your own unique piece of ceramic art. An enjoyable and memorable visit for all ages.

Conwy Mussel Museum - Conwy Valley

Once the most important pearl fishery in the country, musseling is still carried out in the same traditional way today. Learn about the history of Conwy mussels and the exciting work that goes into it.

Conwy Castle - Conwy Valley

This World Heritage site was originally built for King Edward I between 1283 and 1287, and remains an outstanding achievement of medieval military architecture.

Conwy Valley Railway - Conwy Valley

A great opportunity to enjoy the stunning beauty of the Conwy Valley and its surrounding area. The Conwy Valley line is 27 miles long and is said to be one of the most beautiful rail experiences in Britain.

Whenever you choose a coach holiday or coach tour to Llandudno you are sure to find plenty to see and do. If you cannot find a suitable coach tour to Llandudno contact us and let our experienced coach holiday operators help you find your perfect coach holiday to North Wales.


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