Llanduno and Surrounding

There is something potent about a mountain village that ends in the sea. Llandudno exists in just such a place, nestled in a valley with the spectacle of the Twelve Apostles Mountain range stretching all the way to Camps Bay on one side, with Little Lions Head and the Karbonkelberg Mountain sweeping off in the other direction. Below, the might of the Atlantic Ocean crashes on the rocks and coves dotted along the coastline. This unique combination inspires visitors and residents alike to preserve its beauty and character.

Llandudno is named after Llandudno in Wales, which is named after the Welsh word for "Parish of St Tudno"

Llandudno is one of the safest areas on the Peninsula largely due to proactive management by the LCA of the protection services provided by ADT, the SAPS and good communication with residents. Residents through individual contracts with ADT fund the Llandudno Protection services.

Llandudno is blessed with wonderful nature reserves and coastline on all sides as well as multiple walkways, public spaces and the best beach in Cape Town. It is awesome to try and preserve and improve the Llandudno environment in the face of declining municipal service levels and pressure from visitors, commerce and pollution. The LCA interacts with municipality and nature conservation as well residents and others to help preserve the environment.

 

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