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Wales.org was founded in 2020 as a site dedicated to Wales. Beyond facts and figures, we wanted to showcase all the wonderful thing this small country has to offer for holidaymakers, thrill-seekers and even the lucky people who live here.

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Llandudno and Colwyn Bay

With a possible connection to the story Alice in Wonderland, it’s not surprising that Llandudno should be such a wonderland itself. From the magic of its Victorian pier to the secrets of the 700-year-old Conwy Castle, there’s always something new to explore in Llandudno and Colwyn Bay.

Located on the tip of the North Welsh coast, this area is home to some of the best beaches and seaside entertainment in Wales. No trip is complete without a journey on the Great Orme Tramway, which takes you more than 200 metres above sea level to an ancient limestone headland. From here, you can enjoy views stretching out across the rest of the country – and, of course, make friends with the local goats that live at the top.

 

train sea of clouds railway

 

If it’s views you’re after, Llandudno’s location means you’ll be spoilt for choice. The quiet West Shore Beach faces the mountains of Snowdonia, while anyone who braves the climb to the top of Conwy Castle will be rewarded with a spectacular panorama. This World Heritage Site is one of the best-preserved ancient castles in Wales today, complete with medieval royal apartments and battlements.

 

Panorama of Colwyn Castle in the evening

 

Want to make the most of your trip to the North Wales coast? You’re in the right place. With Wales.org, you can discover all the local information you need to plan your perfect visit. Whether you’ll be here for the week, weekend, or just the day, you’ll be smiling like a Cheshire Cat in no time.

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