Welcome to Anglesey & the North Coast


Beyond the sands and stones, this part of Wales offers rich opportunity for surfing, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, kitesurfing, powerboating, paddleboarding, walking and birdwatching. You certainly won't be bored.


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Anglesey & the North Coast activities

$13.30 Tours & Sightseeing

Llandudno City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Board the open-top, double-decker City Sightseeing bus at any of the 10 tour stops around Llandudno! Sit back and relax as you travel through the city, enjoying 360-views and an informative audio commentary on board. Stay on board for the entire 1 hour loop, or hop on and off as you please to explore by foot! This tour departs from Stop 1, North Parade, approximately every 30-60 minutes. Travel between the lovely Welsh resorts of Llandudno and Conwy along the wide sweep of Llandudno Bay. Hop-on to the tour at Stop 1, North Parade, home to the iconic Llandudno Pier. Built back in 1858, it has very much become the heart of the city and is home to a wonderful array of food stalls, concessions and an arcade - so there's plenty to keep you busy here! When you're ready to continue on your adventure through Llandudno, hop back onto the bus as it heads down to Gloddaeth Street, where the Llandudno Museum can be found. Visit this wonderful museum that explores the history of Llandudno dating back centuries ago, boasting exhibitions of Roman, Medieval and War artefacts - the perfect spot if you'd like to learn more about this city's exciting background.One of Llandudno's most beautiful locations is the West Shore Beach. Passengers can hop-off at Stop 3 and enjoy a peaceful stroll along the coast, whilst enjoying stunning sea views. If you don't want to hop-off, not to worry as passengers can also enjoy panoramic views of the coast from our open-top deck!Visit more popular locations as the tour approaches Conwy, including the Markets, Mostyn Street and Conwy Guildhall. A must-see attraction here is the Conwy Castle, an amazingly preserved castle originally built in the 13th century! The stops along the route are as follows:1. North Parade2. Gloddaeth Street3. West Shore4. Queen’s Road5. Deganwy Station6. Conwy Road7. Rose Hill Street8. Berry Street9. Conwy Road10. Mostyn StreetDuring our tour through Llandudno, passengers can take full advantage of our free headphones and on-board audio commentary to discover many fun and historic facts about the city. Please note that the audio commentary is only available in English.

$1330.22 Cultural & Theme Tours

3-Day North Wales Group Tour: Castles of Edward I

Accommodation is provided by Plas Dinas Country House or Bodysgallen Hall & Spa, both attractions in their own right. Your tour will include an introduction to Edward I’s campaign against the native Welsh Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, giving you a deep unique insight into Wales' UNESCO world heritage listed castles and setting the stage for your experience-break.Day 1You will travel along the North Wales coast to Rhuddlan castle to see the remarkable and little-known gem which once played a key role in Edward's military success. Continue on to Conwy Castle and the World famous Caernarfon Castle, with its renowned hexagonal towers modelled on those at Constantinople, the Castle has overseen the investiture of the heir to the British throne for over 800 years. Dinner will be served at your hotel.Day 2Following a hearty Welsh breakfast you will visit the nearby Llyn peninsula where the town of Criccieth is overlooked by its namesake castle on the promontory hill. This part of Wales is home to many ancient hill-forts heading back thousands of years but Criccieth offers a rare glimpse to the Welsh prince’s response to English incursions in their borders. From here you head to Harlech Castle, the site of many famous battles between the native Welsh and the powerful English armies. After lunch travel north through the beautiful scenery of Snowdonia to cross into the mysterious Island of Anglesey, spiritual home of the Druids in ancient times but more recently the setting for the near-perfect fortress of Beaumaris; a castle so intricate that its costly construction nearly bankrupted England.Dinner will be served at your hotel.

$705.02 Day Trips & Excursions

Private Conwy Valley Day Trip from Llandudno with Hotel Transport

At the beginning of your driver-guided day trip you will be picked up from your hotel in Llandudno. Your tour then starts in one of Wales’ World Heritage sites – the strategically important Conwy with its castle, walls, bridges and harbour.Next travel into the valley to visit isolated villages, with pretty houses, lonely churches and historic sites, where the Romans made their mark two thousand years ago. The Conwy Valley is famous for producing food of the highest quality and an innovative Bodnant Food Centre the showcases the region’s products but is also an opportunity to sample and learn about their production and development.You can also visit one or more farms during the day, to see at first-hand how the local farmers and growers live and work, before returning back to your hotel in Llandudno.

$705.02 Day Trips & Excursions

Private Conwy Valley Day Trip from Bangor with Hotel Transport

At the beginning of your driver-guided day trip you will be picked up from your hotel in Bangor. Your tour then starts in one of Wales’ World Heritage sites – the strategically important Conwy with its castle, walls, bridges and harbour.Next travel into the valley to visit isolated villages, with pretty houses, lonely churches and historic sites, where the Romans made their mark two thousand years ago. The Conwy Valley is famous for producing food of the highest quality and an innovative Bodnant Food Centre the showcases the region’s products but is also an opportunity to sample and learn about their production and development.You can also visit one or more farms during the day, to see at first-hand how the local farmers and growers live and work, before returning back to your hotel in Bangor.

$705.02 Day Trips & Excursions

Private Conwy Valley Day Trip from Caernarfon with Hotel Transport

At the beginning of your driver-guided day trip you will be picked up from your hotel in Caernarfon. Your tour then starts in one of Wales’ World Heritage sites – the strategically important Conwy with its castle, walls, bridges and harbour.Next travel into the valley to visit isolated villages, with pretty houses, lonely churches and historic sites, where the Romans made their mark two thousand years ago. The Conwy Valley is famous for producing food of the highest quality and an innovative Bodnant Food Centre the showcases the region’s products but is also an opportunity to sample and learn about their production and development.You can also visit one or more farms during the day, to see at first-hand how the local farmers and growers live and work, before returning back to your hotel in Caernarfon.

$705.02 Private & Custom Tours

Snowdonia Scenes and Caernarfon Castle Private Day Trip from Llandudno

Enjoy a pickup from your hotel in Llandudno and be transferred to the home to the tallest mountain in England and Wales, the mountains of Snowdonia create an ever-changing and awe-inspiring vista of rock and clouds. You can choose a short walk to get closer… or a much longer one if you prefer! Amid these mountains were born the myths and legends that have inspired generations of locals and visitors and you will visit a real world–class big hitter while learning about this – Caernarfon Castle. The Castle and its walled town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you can discover its immense history as you walk in the footsteps of the powerful men who once owned it.