More About Llandudno

Llandudno, the town and community in County borough, Wales is present on the Creuddyn peninsula. This peninsula extends into the Irish Sea. The town has got its name from patron saint Tudno. Llandudno, “the Queen of the Wales Resort” is now the largest seaside resort in Wales. The town has scenic beauty and has vast green areas and water bodies. It also celebrates three days mini-festival that showcases Llandudno’s past via architecture, art, artifact, performance, sound, and participation. There are various exciting tourist attractions in the town. Great Orme is the limestone headland that is home to wild Kashmiri goats, regional butterflies, and heaven for flora and fauna. Bay and the North Shore has a beautiful sandy beach and the rock curves, the road “The parade” has many hotels and near the center is the Venue Cymru. This is now the venue for conference, arts, and events. Happy Valley, Marine drive, West shore, and  Mostyn street are also famous tourist sites.