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Activities to Do With Teenagers During Camping in North Wales

Going on holiday with kids is fun. However, as they grow older, they get bored quickly and picking out activities to do can be challenging. The beautiful landscape in North Wales with mountains, lakes, beaches, and caves offers numerous options for adventure. Camping provides excellent bonding time for the whole family. Besides, you can unwind…

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Live Music Venues in North Wales

When you go on holiday, you want to indulge in as much rest and relaxation as possible, but that doesn’t mean that getting out there and having fun in the evenings isn’t part of the experience too! Here at Lyons Holiday Parks, we are lucky enough to be in various great locations in North Wales…

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The Best Days Out For Teenagers In North Wales

The trick to going on the perfect holiday is making sure that there is entertainment and attractions nearby that cater to all ages of the family group. Whilst a lot of parents are quite rightly concerned about keeping young children happy and content over the course of a long break, you can’t forget about the…

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Best Animal Experiences in North Wales

It feels like some sort of unspoken tradition for families on fun vacations, but don’t you always end up visiting a type of animal-related attraction with you are away with your loved ones? From petting zoos to farms to animal sanctuaries and wildlife parks, the UK is blessed with a plethora of great nature and…

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The Best Park Locations to Visit in North Wales

Visiting new locations for your holiday may sometimes prove to be challenging if you have no clue whatsoever of what to expect. Visiting new places is supposed to elicits feelings of excitement and suspense over what may be ahead of you, the crazy activities you will engage in and all the fun you are going…

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The best places to visit for bookworms in North Wales

From medieval poetry to modern day Pullman, North Wales has plenty to inspire the bookworms in your family, whether it’s re-reading an old favourite, discovering a classic or finally “meeting” your literary hero in real life. Llandudno and Alice in Wonderland Some historians have linked Alice Liddell to Lewis Carrol’s Alice from the childhood favourite,…

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Rainy day attractions for families in North Wales

With summer coming to a close, you never know what the weather may bring. Although North Wales offers beautiful outdoor landscapes and attractions for the family, it’s good to know some fail-safe options in the event of a rainy day. From cave adventure playgrounds to world-famous aquariums, there’s something to keep the whole family satisfied…

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Moel Famau: more than just a hill, but not quite a mountain

Moel Famau: more than just a hill, but not quite a mountain North Wales is famous across the world for its mountainous landscapes that offer a tremendous opportunity to climbers of all abilities to scale the peaks for some breath-taking views. However, if the thought of ascending a mountain simply doesn’t appeal, or you’re visiting…

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5 Fishing Spots You Must Try in North Wales

A holiday is meant to be the best time of a visitor’s life. This means that every minute of it should be fun-filled. North Wales reigns supreme when it comes to outdoor activities. One of the key activities visitors travel across the world to take part in is fishing. Whether you prefer lake fishing, reservoir…

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North Wales Rock Climbing: Thrill Seeking in Beautiful Surroundings

Rock climbing in North Wales, with its coastal cliffs, limestone quarries and mountain passes, is ideal for climbers of all abilities, and there are plenty of skilled experts available to safely teach you the ropes while you holiday in this region. As you plan your itinerary, check out some of the best places to rock…

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