Few things say ‘seaside holiday’ quite like a stroll along the pier, and Llandudno Pier is a real gem!A little bit about the history of Llandudno Pier With its Grade II listed status, it’s a traditional seaside pier dating from the late 1800s with an array of shops, cafes, bars and attractions – offering fun for all the family!With the help of this website you’ll discover the best of North Wales, for we don’t just cover Llandudno and Conwy. Use this tool to build your own journey or choose from an exciting range of specially selected tours.Our area extends along the sandy North Wales coast and inland, down the lovely Vale of Conwy which includes the well-known and popular resorts of Abergele, Rhos-on-Sea, Llanrwst, Towyn, Deganwy and Betws-y-Coed at the gateway to Snowdonia. To build your own Itinerary, click to add an item to your Itinerary basket.
Nowadays, if you want that kind of experience you go on ‘fly and flop’ holidays, which actually can be quite stressful, especially since they often come with lots of airport hassle.Open all day for refreshments, The Terrace is the perfect place to stop for coffee, lunch, afternoon tea or even an evening meal before you head home.There’s also a specially designed Little People’s Menu for children under the age of 8 which includes tasty choices from Fish Cakes and Fish Fingers to Bite-sized Battered Free Range Chicken, Prime Beef Burgers and Pizza. The town also hosts many fantastic events throughout the year so if you want to coincide your trip with an event why not visit our What’s On page.There are also funfair rides and a slide that younger children will love – these are located about half way down the pier.At the pier head, there’s a bar where you can enjoy a drink, and a separate café for a tasty meal, an ice cream or a tempting afternoon cake.