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The Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno town in North Wales is sheltered by great limestone promontories, Great Orme and Little Orme. Its west shore looks out to the Conwy Estuary and the mountains of Snowdonia. The town's shopping centre is built right up to the crags of Great Orme. Visit the 2,295-foot long Victorian pier, the longest and most attractive pier in Wales.
Visitors can take their cars up the Marine Drive toll road, which takes them on to Great Orme to a choice of car parks; or you can walk to the top through a park called Happy Valley and past the ski run; alternatively take a Victorian tram or a cable car.
On Great Orme there's lots of history. round every corner, with Europe's only Bronze Age copper mines that are open to the public; an Iron Age fort, caves that were inhabited in the upper Palaeolithic period, and a church, St Tudno's, with 6th-century origins.
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