Did you know the UK has seven isthmuses – narrow strips of land connecting two larger masses of land? Llandudno in North Wales just about qualifies. It sits on a strip between Little Orme and Great Orme, with the Irish Sea on both sides. We stayed on Gloddaeth St, just seen in the photo above, where you can just about see both horizons and easily walk to both shores. On the north beach, there’s a view out to Llandudno Bay; on the west, the mountains of Snowdonia and a rather nice sunset spot.
Find relevant tagged content31 destinations adventure Auberge d'Aijean Auvergne B30 backpackers Belgium benedictallen Birmingham BMIbaby bmibabytrip Brussels Cantal Clermont-Ferrand clouds coach conference Custard Factory diary Digbeth experimental explorer food France Grenada images Indonesia Inspiration Irish Centre journalism journey Journeys lists Lombok Manzil's marketing music National Express Paris photography photos plane pounti PR rain Rainbow research resolutions sales slogans snowshoeing Spain Stirchley taglines tips tools tourism tourism slogans tourist tourist traveller train transparency transport travel traveller travel trade USA video Wales walking World Travel Market writing wtm wtm12 wtm2012
From the archives
Follow me on…