Llandudno Junction is a town in Conwy County, North Wales. Situated to the south of Llandudno and to the east of Conwy, Llandudno Junction rests on the banks of the Conwy Estuary and has some great views across to Conwy Castle.
The RSPB nature reserve is located on the estuary banks, with magnificent views of Snowdonia and the mountainous backdrop. This delightful reserve is a great spot to visit at any time of the year - twitcher or not.
As its name suggests Llandudno Junction grew up around the Llandudno Junction Railway Station which is a stop between Crewe and Holyhead and serves destinations to Manchester and Chester. The 'junction' refers to the branch line that serves both the Conwy Valley and the popular seaside resort of Llandudno, some 2.5 miles to the north.
The Welsh Assembly Government opened a North Wales Regional Office in Llandudno Junction in 2010. The new building includes departments for transport, tourism and enterprise, and politicians promise up to 500 jobs.
The town is home to a relatively recent development including a cinema complex, supermarket and restaurants.