Close Attractions - Shore to Shore
There is so much to do and see on the Great Orme, a wonderland of nature and history. Upon your journey, look out for the two varieties of butterflies which are unique in the area, the wild Kashmir goats exclusive to the Great Orme and the Ormes beautiful rare flowers.
You may wish to vist the Ormes amazing Bronze Age Copper Mines, explore the Iron Age Fort, Stone Age remains or visit the 6th century St. Tudno Church.
Llandudno Bay - A beach of sand, shingle and rock curves two miles between the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme. For most of the length of Llandudno's North Shore there is a wide curving Victorian promenade. The road, collectively known as The Parade, has a different name for each block and it is on these parades and crescents that many of Llandudno's.
Llandudno Pier - The award-winning pier is on the North Shore. Built in 1878, it is a Grade II listed building. The pier was extended in 1884 to provide a new entrance with the Llandudno Pier Pavilion Theatre, thus increasing the pier's length to 2,295 feet (700 m):it is the longest pier in Wales. Attractions on the pier include a bar, a cafe, amusement arcades, children's fairground rides and an assortment of shops &kiosks.