Many of Cape Town’s most popular attractions can be found close to Llandudno, so it is a great place to base yourself while you are in town. Two sights that should be at the top of every visitor’s to-do list is the fascinating Llandudno Beach and the ever-popular Sandy Bay Beach. If time permits, be sure to also visit the World of Birds and the Hout Bay Craft Market.
Table Mountain, perhaps one of Cape Town’s most popular attractions is just 5 miles (8 kilometers) away.
If the sun is shining get outdoors and make the most of the nearby green spaces. Explore the coastal spots nearby such as the Camps Bay Beach and the Clifton Bay Beach. The natural parks such as Chapmans Peak, give visitors an insight into the species of flora and fauna that exist in the area. There are no shortage of gardens and parks, so take a picnic blanket to the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens.
There are some great activities for those travelling without children including the Groot Constantia Winery and the Constantia Glen Winery.
Llandudno has a long and proud sporting history. Cheer along with local sports nuts at Newlands Stadium, home to the Stormers rugby union team in winter and the Western Province. Depending on the score, either celebrate or commiserate with local sports fanatics after the final whistle blows in one of the nearby watering holes.
After spending the day seeing the sights around Llandudno, stay the night in one of the area’s popular bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. The Bay Hotel, the Place on the Bay and the Beachside are among the many great places to stay around here.