Llandudno is an amazing historic seaside resort town in the heart of the north wales coastline. However, with so much going on, what should you get involved in? Never fear, as this article contains some fun suggestions for you to explore.
Whisky has a place in the hearts of the British public and now, thanks to the hard work and success of a Welsh distillery and whisky brand, a home on Llandudno’s Lloyd street. Penderyn Distillery is not only a distillery but also a place where tourists can come and check out for themselves how some of the nation’s nicest whisky is produced. There are even full whisky tastings that can be tried out for themselves. The guys at Penderyn will provide you with several whiskies to taste and compare, helping you to develop a palette to enjoy whiskies into the future. This is a fantastic afternoon out and the perfect preamble for a night in the pubs of Llandudno.
Another drink-oriented experience, but this is also about the process itself which is the truly fascinating aspect., here you will be treated to a tour in the heights of the Conwy valley, with astounding panoramic views to enjoy. The vineyard sports an impressive array of grapes that are grown and then processed into award-winning welsh wines. This impressive place is a great place for any wine enthusiasts to enjoy themselves.
Llandudno Chocolate Experience
Chocolate has a long and storied history, from the jungles of the Americas, all the way to a Cadbury’s chocolate bar, it’s undeniable that our favourite brown sweet food has a massive odyssey to go on to get here. Llandudno chocolate experience chronicles this in a fun living history format that takes you through the years and miles to arrive at your favourite chocolatey treat.
Visit the pier
Llandudno’s victoria pier has been an icon of the town since the Victorian era, and it’s no wonder why. The town’s pedigree as the queen of welsh resorts has earned it international fame, and the pier would bring folks from Liverpool and beyond in for trips. Did you know that Ringo Starr of the Beatles once worked on the Liverpool-Llandudno steamboat for day trips? This is also the longest pier in Wales, so you won’t find anything more impressive than this up or down the great nation of Cymru.
The Great Orme
The Great Orme is a magical place of myth and history, The town can owe its presence to the Orme, which served as a strategic point in ages gone by and was also the home of the largest bronze age mine in Europe. You can visit the mines today, and venture down into the depths of history as you discover caverns carved out by the ancient denizens of the Llandudno area.
Well, that was our roundup of things to do in Llandudno. We hope that you enjoyed this article if you need any more information you will be sure to find it on our website. Don’t forget that Llandudno is very used to having tourists from all over the globe, so there is more than enough Llandudno hotels and attractions to keep you fed and entertained throughout your trip.