Llandudno Coach Holidays

Coach Holidays & Trips to Llandudno

Llandudno has always been a top destination for coach holidays in Wales. And we have plenty of great value coach holidays and trips to Llandudno for you to choose from, departing from hundreds of local departure points across the UK.

Llandudno is a coastal town located on the Creuddyn peninsula and is Wales’s largest seaside resort. It has 2 beaches – the award-winning North Shore and the less-noisy West Shore with its lovely sand dunes. Families have been coming to Llandudno for generations, and on the surface very little has changed in this lovely seaside town. 

With its Victorian pier and traditional promenade, you could imagine yourself to be in a bygone era, but don’t be deceived – Llandudno has definitely not stood still! There’s always something to see and do. You could take a trip up to the top of Great Orme, either on foot or on the Tramway, speed around Llandudno Bay in a powerboat or try your hand at kitesurfing. Great fun!

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Llandudno is the perfect coach trip destination that offers a great time for all ages at any time of year. Situated on its own peninsula between the Great Orme and Little Orme Heads, the premier seaside resort of Llandudno boasts two wonderful beaches, as well as an award-winning pier, sweeping promenade and fun cable cars. While there are a lot of things to do in the town, there are even more things to do and attractions to see around Llandudno.

A little bit of history.
Evidence of mining has been found here as far back as from the Bronze Age and during the Roman occupation. 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.


Attractions in Llandudno

Great Orme Country Park

This stunning country park really does have something to offer all ages. 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 heritage coast. To reach the top of the headland you can either use a cable car, the tram or by scenic road for cars.

Llandudno Pier

The Pier is the premier attraction to visit whilst on holiday in Llandudno. It a great place to spend time with the family and kids, as it has lots of attractions to see and play. There are also lots of seating spaces with beautiful views at the Great Orme, the bay and the Little Orme. The pier at Llandudno is very well kept and has plenty of space suitable to walk for proms buggies and wheelchairs. Be aware of the seagulls that can easily steal your lunch!

Great Orme Cable Cars

Why not enjoy a ride on the Cable Car during your visit to this sensational resort. The cable cars travel silently from Happy Valley to the summit of the Great Orme over 200 meters up. So, if you’re not afraid of heights, experience these truly amazing views of Llandudno, the Little Orme, Conwy Estuary and endless Iris Sea. And when you finally reach the top you can also enjoy a nice cup of coffee or tea in a peaceful and quiet atmosphere. But be aware that the cable cars might not be opened on very windy days.

Great Orme Mines

Don't miss visiting the Great Orme Mines, it is an extraordinary historical attraction with an amazing story. These copper mines were discovered in 1987 and represent one of the most astounding and important archaeological discoveries of recent time. And it is thought to be the largest Bronze Age mine, so far discovered in the World. Over 5 miles of explored tunnels, very narrow corridors with a low ceiling, underground galleries and a great experience overall if you are not claustrophobic of course.

Great Orme Tramway

Probably one of the main attractions in Llandudno is the great Orme Tram. Delighting visitors since it opened in 1902, the Great Orme Tramway allows visitors to enjoy a peaceful ride with spectacular views while going up the Great Orme.

Marine Drive

The Marine Drive is a marvellous four-mile scenic drive around the Orme headland with lovely views across Llandudno Bay, the Island of Anglesey and the Conwy Estuary. Driving around the Marine Drive is a memorable experience, however, if you are fit enough you can walk it as well.

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