Llandudno Pier and Promenade

Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales and its pier is also the longest at 2,295 feet.. The current pier, opened to the public on 1 August 1877 is Grade II listed, lined with shops, fairground rides and a café.

We took a wander down the pier one evening when nearly everything except the arcade was closed. That meant there were only another couple of people strolling along and we could take advantage of the quiet to take photos of the empty pier and look back at Llandudno as the lights of the town slowly began to turn on.

Earlier in the day we’d taken a walk along the promenade in the glorious sunshine. Running alongside the North Shore, the Victorian promenade is pedestrians only, clean and well presented with benches dotted along the length.

You can find more photos here and here.


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