Welcome to The North Coast
The North Wales coast has perennial natural charms, but seaside resorts of uneven appeal: some are outstanding examples of the genre, others more down at heel. The section west of Colwyn Bay includes glorious Unesco World Heritage–listed castles at Caernarfon and Conwy and the Victorian resort of Llandudno, a favourite family holiday hub. The sands stretch along a string of less appealing resort towns east of the... Read More
Top experiences in The North Coast
The North Coast activities
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.
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.
Isle of Anglesey Private Day Trip from Llandudno
Start this day trip to Isle of Anglesey with a hotel pickup from your accommodation in Llandudno at the time suitable for you and your party.The coastline offers many opportunities for a rich experience – from Penmon with its lighthouse and Puffin Island, an historic lifeboat at Moelfre to seeing the seabirds rolling in the wind at South Stack (and another lighthouse). You are then on to a beach stretching as far as the eye can seewell until you reach the ruins of St Dwynwen’s, the patron saint of Welsh lovers, on an island accessible at low tide. If the past is your thing, you can travel through prehistory, visiting Iron Age and Celtic sites in an astonishing state of preservation to seeing a picture-perfect castle in its moat at Beaumaris.
North Wales Overnight Tour from Llandudno with Surf Snowdonia Surf Lesson
On arrival in North Wales, enjoy a relaxing evening in your cozy 3-star guest house in Llandudno. In the morning you will head into the stunning Snowdonia National Park for your professional surf lesson at Surf Snowdonia Wavegarden, the world's first commercial artificial surfing lake. First of its kind, this impressive centre is situated among dramatic mountainous scenery - a bizarre but enthralling experience! Lessons can be arranged to suit any ability from a complete beginner all the way up to advanced. After riding the waves why not enjoy a well-deserved lunch at the nearby Bodnant Food Centre, an excellent farm shop, tea room and restaurant? After all, surfing is hungry work!
North Wales Overnight Tour from Llandudno including Zip World
On arrival in North Wales, enjoy a relaxing evening in your chosen accommodation in Llandudno (you have a choice of guesthouse or luxury accommodation). In the morning you will head into the stunning Snowdonia National Park for your chance to experience Zip World - home to the world's fastest and Europe's longest zip wire.It is said that the first activity, Velocity, is the closest thing you can experience to flying, and it offers superb views over the Snowdonia National Park. Finish off your afternoon in the breathtaking Bounce Below - a unique playground of trampolines built in an underground slate cavern twice the size of St. Pauls cathedral. What a way to spend the day in North Wales!