Llandudno Promenade

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The Llandudno Promenade is almost two miles long and at the western end of the promenade you have Llandudno pier, built in 1884 and home to Llandudno's famous Punch and Judy show.

Llandudno Pier is 2295ft in length, of which the main Pier is 1234ft, stretching into the Irish Sea and is the premier attraction to visit whilst on holiday in north Wales.

Today it is a superb place to exercise from taking a gentle stroll to riding a bike and taking a run and a lovely beach for a swim or paddle and enjoy an ice cream on a hot day.

Clean and accessible and room for all. Great for local dog walkers, fitness enthusiasts, those with mobility scooters. Seating all along the prom you will never be worried of finding a seat.

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Llandudno Promenade

Type:Pier

LLANDUDNO, Conwy, LL30 1BB

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