North Wales has much to offer for traveling holiday. With 125 miles of spectacular coastline, the Isle of Anglesey is awe-inspiring. Explore its sensational beaches, cliffs, active ports and tiny fishing villages or discover shipwrecks and tales of historic characters. For walking or cycling enthusiasts tour Anglesey’s hidden treasures such as an old windmill or burial chambers, glimpse at the magnificent ocean or mountain. Search for the native red squirrels scurrying along the forest. Whatever you decide to do, enjoy the island’s gentle pace and be taken by its utter beauty.
Conwy is jam packed with independent shops, fantastic eateries and stacks of places to socialise, but the main attraction has to be Conwy Castle – once inhabited by Edward I. Investigate its dungeons, walk the walls and climb the towers. Conway water garden are in no short supply of lakes and iconic wildlife for you to observe.
A hub of rich culture and history, Llangollen is an extremely popular tourist destination and with good reason, it was once home to Welsh princes. Explore the bold remaining ruins of Castell Dinas Bran, the medieval castle rumoured to once be home of the legends of King Arthur.
No other national park in the UK is anything like Snowdonia. In 838 square miles you will find 23 miles of breathtaking coastline, 9 soaring mountain ranges and Wales’ highest peak. Some of the most incredible outdoor activities happen here such as rock climbing, gorge walking and why not fly down Europe’s longest and fastest zip wire.