Places To Visit In North Wales
North Wales is full of beautiful places to see and explore as well as some world class attractions and activities – there really is something for everyone which is why it is such a popular holiday destination attracting over 100 million day visits in 2016. North Wales was voted fourth in the Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2017.
Award Winning Beaches
Our beaches are amongst the cleanest, safest and best in Britain attracting sailors, fishermen, swimmers, surfers and families to this beautiful coastline.
Castles, Bronze Age mines, hilltop Iron Age Forts, National Trust properties and Roman remains are scattered across a landscape that has been inhabited for thousands of years. The scenery is dramatic, rugged and beautiful so no wonder that fascinating local Myths and Legends tell tales of witches, wizards and the claim that the lakes of Llydaw, Dinas and Ogwen, are those that contain the magical sword Excalibur of King Arthur. Truth or legend? Discover and decide for yourself.
Snowdonia National Park
With the highest mountain in Wales and breath-taking scenery the National Park can be enjoyed from any of the tracks and trails after a days walking or even through the window of a cozy pub over lunch.
Zip World. The fastest zip line in the world. www.zipworld.co.uk
Psyched Paddle boarding. Stand-up paddleboard adventures. www.psychedpaddleboarding.com
Go-Below. Underground Adventures. http://www.go-below.co.uk
Beacon Climbing Centre. Indoor climbing for all ages. www.beaconclimbing.com
Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway. http://www.festrail.co.uk
Sygun Copper Mine. Explore Historical Mines dating back to The Bronze Age. http://www.syguncoppermine.co.uk
Greenwood Forest Park. Family Adventure Centre. http://www.greenwoodforestpark.co.uk
National White Water Centre. White Water Rafting and Kayaking. www.nationalwhitewatercentre.co.uk
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Map Showing Some of The Attractions on Offer
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