Although Llandudno is traditionally thought of as a seaside resort it has a very diverse set of attractions to keep the day-tripper, and longer visitor occupied. The town and immediate area has history, culture, sports and nature, and even a few unusual things to do...
Bodafon is a genuine working farm and is only a stone’s throw from the sea front Llandudno. Feed the animals, wathc the farmer shear the sheep and plough the harvest, or help milk the cows and collect chicken eggs. There's also a tractor and trailer on hand to give rides to visitors around the big site!
The delightfully named Happy Valley is a sheltered hollow on the eastern side of the Great Orme. In addition to fine landscaped gardens, the park also includes a camera obscura, from which visitors can get great views of Llandudno and the surrounding area. The cable car up from Happy Valley to the summit of the Great Orme is not to be missed.
Llandudno Ski Slope and Snowboard Centre is the longest toboggan run in Britain. It also has a scenic PermaSnow ski slope, and offers skiing, snowboarding, toboggan and sno-tubing with a fully licensed Alpine Lodge Bar and Restaurant.
Get the most out of your multi-journey saver tickets by visiting the following towns in the area: