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Going On Holiday in Llandudno

Llandudno is an extremely popular tourist destination because there are so many things to do. Llandudno is not only a beautiful town laced with Victorian architecture, it has a stunning beach, unique pier, spectacular Orme, and is situated on the great North Wales coast close to other historical tourist destinations, like Snowdonia National Park, Conwy, and many ancient Welsh castles.

Llandudno has its own Victorian pier built in 1876; this pier is laced with pubs, cafes, shops, and children’s entertainment making it perfect for a family day out. When you are on the pier you will experience fantastic views of the Llandudno shore line, and stunning beach. The shoreline is surrounded by Llandudno hotels which are beautifully Victorian and offer all of its visitors a chance to stay in Llandudno accommodation.

Llandudno also boasts the famous Great Orme, a magnificant rocky headland stretching straight out into the sea. Here you can enjoy the dry ski slope or toboggan, or for the more re…


Rhyl is a great place for the whole family to go on holiday. Ideally situated close to other tourist destinations in North Wales, there are always lots of things to do.

Rhyl has its own Sea Aquarium where you can visit the animals, enjoy daily live animal shows, and expand your underwater animal knowledge.

Rhyl also has its own nature reserve, where you can spend the day relaxing with your family and take a picnic. Here you can enjoy some bird spotting, or even ride on Britain’s oldest running miniature train, which takes passengers around Brickfields.

Because the town is situated on the coast, the whole family can enjoy a day on the beach when visiting Rhyl. With beautiful sand, sea, peak time donkey rides and refreshments your little ones will have a great time. In fact, Rhyl is often referred to by locals as "Sunny Rhyl" as when the rest of North Wales is cloudy, there is often a golden beam of sunshine glowing down on Rhyl and Rhyl alone.

For the kids, Rhyl has its own c…

Marine Holiday Park in Rhyl-Fun for all the Family

For a fun and affordable holiday for all the family have you thought about visiting somewhere in the UK? Marine Holiday Park is a great fun park for all the family within an excellent area that offers lots of fun things for all the family.

Rhyl is a popular tourist destination in North Wales. Rhyl is also a very popular holiday destination due to its local attractions, Rhyl caravan parks, and holiday parks. Rhyl is easily accessible via train, car and even airport. Rhyl is in the county of Denbighshire, and is very popular with people from all over Wales, and people from the north west of England.

Marine Holiday Park in Rhyl is a fantastic holiday park with some of the best facilities around. The accommodation caravans rate from 3* to 5* depending on your preference, which includes a TV, Shower, Toilet, Fridge, Cooker, Microwave, Duvets and pillows, to help make your stay comfortable. Marine Holiday Parks facilities include a swimming pool, playground, sports bar, cabaret and entertai…

Airport Transfer- The best way to start and finish a Holiday

If you are travelling away from the UK for your holiday or holidaying in some of the UKs best holiday and seaside resorts, there is only one way to start and finish your trip. This is with an airport transfer. An airport transfer is the best way to start and finish your holiday for two reasons.

Firstly cost. The cost of leaving you car at the airport or local airport transfer car park can be pricey, with them charging a full rate for every day and night that you leave your car there. This may exceed to the amount it would cost you to organise an airport transfer. When you organise an airport transfer the company tend to cut the cost of your journey, if you book both there and back with the same company.

Secondly convenience. The convenience of having someone come and pick you up to take you away on your holiday will cause you less stress, and it’s another part of your holiday that you will not have to worry about. The airport transfer will pick you up at the time you have decided, on …

Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is a coastal region in the northeast of Spain. The Costa Blanca is very popular among tourists due to its beautiful coastal areas, blue skies and sea.

The main tourist resorts offer great affordable package holidays for families, easily embarked on by families with children. Most holidays also offer airport transfers and a holiday rep, as the high population of tourists and exploitation of apartments and hotels can be too much for some travellers. However, the Costa Blanca also boats many other small seaside resorts and traditional seaside towns. These are ideal for people who want to enjoy a more authentic, Spanish holiday in the lifestyle of the local residents. Many of these towns are impressive, with traditional marinas, museums, and local town architecture.

Between these small seaside resorts lie beautiful secluded beaches and coves to be explored, some of which can only be reached by foot or by boat. These offer seclusion, relaxation, and purity away from others …


Bala is a stunning village situated in Gwynedd North Wales. It’s known for its breathtaking scenery and beautiful lake, which attracts lots of visitors. Bala has a lot to offer including lots of little and interesting shops, accommodation, restaurants, historical walks, Bala Lake, lots of water sports, plus magnificent views of outstanding beauty.

Bala’s most famous attraction is its spectacular lake. It is known as Bala Lake or Llyn Tegid, and It’s Wales’ biggest lake, stretching over four miles long and one mile wide. Bala Lake’s wildlife is protected, and the Lake contains European Perch, Trout, Abundant Pike, Eel, and a rare protected whitefish called the Gwyniad, which is said to be from the last ice age. This fish is no longer found anywhere else in Britain and is becoming increasingly low in numbers, due to its habitat becoming more and more unsuitable.

Bala Lake attracts water sport enthusiast, including kayakers and Sailors.The Lake is popular for its water sports due to the s…

Bathing Quality at UK Beaches Drops - Where's Safe?

The BBC recently published an article about how in the last year the amount of beaches recommended in "The Good Beach Guide" has fallen.

The amount of beaches recommended by the Good Beach Guide has dropped by 74, the most it has ever dropped in the guide's history.

There are reasons for this, at the time when the study was taken, the UK was in the midst of a very wet summer, which washed pollutants & other undesirables into rivers & streams, which then flowed into the sea.

So what advice does the Marine Conservation Society give?

Mr Bell warned bathers that to avoid health risks, they should pick places to swim in the sea which had a good water quality record.

People are advised to stay out of the water for at least 24 hours after heavy storms and report pollution problems to the MCS.
A full list of beaches and how they scored is available in this PDF, click here to download it.

Of course, the other approach is to take your annual holiday away from the coast, an…

Increase in UK Tourism in the past year

This year could be a record year for the UK travel & tourism industry, with the weak pound, credit crunch & less money around, people are opting to holiday in the UK rather than abroad. A number of traditional seaside resorts have seen an increase in popularity, with Torquay & Newquay leading the way with a 160% increase in searches since last year on popular website

Furthermore, there has been an increase in searches in Blackpool (140%), Jersey (120%), Llandudno (130%) and Bournemouth (80%).

This is great for the areas mentioned, which has seen a decline in popularity in recent years, with foreign climates proving more appealing. Nevertheless, the hope is that visitors will come and discover these places, find out that they love them, and return year after year.

Furthermore, with the weak pound, tourists from Europe & the United States have been arriving in mass to these destinations. For backpackers especially, now is really the best time to explore the…

Caernarfon Town

The Black Boy inn is a listed building which offers Caernarfon accommodation to visitors. It’s situated within the historic town walls of the castle. This beautiful Caernarfon hotel was built in 1522 and presents its visitors with a modest range of rooms starting from as little as £30 per night. This Caernarfon accommodation is situated near the town centre, which is full of activity and attractions. This hotel is also close to other surrounding attractions such as Snowdonia, Anglesey, and Llandudno.

Caernarfon town is mainly known for its very own impressive Caernarfon Castle built by King Edward I. Why not visit here if staying within The Black Boy Inn? The stunning castle with spectacular towers, stands at the beginning of the Seiont River, and dominates the town, and is also one of Wales’ most famous castles. The impressive architectural castle is not the same as other Castles built by Edward I which where used for defence, it was built to symbolise the power, and English dominanc…

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Visit Llandudno

I have always loved visiting areas in the UK for short breaks; it’s amazing how visually stunning places in the UK are without even realising it. We are all to busy in our day to day lives to notice just how much enjoyment some of our coastal areas have to offer.

Llandudno is an old Victorian town, and has managed to keep a lot of its attractive Victorian architecture. Llandudno still has its Victorian award winning pier built in 1876 which stretches 1,234 feet. The pier offers entertainment, bars, cafes, souvenir shops, and a break taking view of Llandudno shore line. Next to the pier in Llandudno is The Great Orme. This offers the visitor a beautiful, smooth ride on the tram to the summit; here you can visit the Bronze Age copper mines. Also for the adrenaline seekers The Great Orme offers a dry ski slope, and a toboggan.

Along the North coastline of Llandudno, there are a number of hotels. Most of these beautiful Victorian hotels where built between 1850-1875. These hotels offer t…