Activities

Year of the Sea 2018: Water Sports in North Wales

Will you be embarking on any water sport activities during your visit to North Wales? With so many epic adventures waiting to be had, your holiday will be one to be remembered! White-water Rafting Along the River Dee The River Dee flows for over 70 miles, amongst the stunning Welsh and English countryside, as well…

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Wildlife Watching in North Wales – What to Look Out For

North Wales charms all who visit the area, with its captivating coastline, encompassing mountains and immersive countryside there is a plethora of outdoor, natural wonders to be admired. This incredible landscape doesn’t only provide sights to be admired, but, it is also home to an abundance of wildlife. The diversity of the scenery makes it…

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The Wales Way: North Wales – The Journey & the Destination

Wales has recently introduced an initiative to encourage visitors to and residents of this stunning part of the UK to explore and embark on an epic journey along one of the three Wales Ways. The Wales Way consists of the Cambrian Way, the Coastal Way and our favourite of the three, the North Wales Way.…

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7 of the Most Romantic Valentine’s Day Activities

Looking to create a special Valentine’s Day for your loved one this year but are struggling to think of a way to whisk them off their feet and make them feel appreciated? Forget about the flowers and boxes of chocolates (well, maybe get them as well), here are seven romantic ideas that are guaranteed to…

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The Best FREE Things to Do in North Wales

You don’t need a lot of cash to enjoy many of North Wales’ best attractions; from climbing Snowdon to discovering the region’s history, there are so many things to do when on your holiday staying at our holiday parks in North Wales that are completely free! Walking and Hiking With Snowdonia National Park on your…

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Romantic Proposal Locations in North Wales

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching and the special day being one of the favoured of the year to propose to your loved one, why not plan to be in an extra-special location to get down on one knee and pop the question? As spring is fast approaching, the days are getting longer and there is…

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Beat the January Blues In North Wales

The January blues are normal, and there are biological reasons why people feel low and lack energy in the winter months. But there are ways to make you feel better, and one of them includes having time away, and where better than beautiful North Wales? Exercising Exercise and staying active is one of the best ways…

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5 Rainy Day Activities Near Snowdonia

As beautiful and captivating as Snowdonia is, it does occasionally rain, much like the rest of the UK. Don’t let the downpour put a dampener on your holiday, if you prepare and bear in mind some indoor, alternative attractions, then you’ll have something fun and exciting to do even when you don’t feel like venturing…

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5 Fantastic Golf Courses in North Wales

The golf courses in North Wales are diverse in both the challenge you’ll face and the scenery you’ll be surrounded by. One of the biggest competitions of the match will be trying to keep your eyes on the ball, rather than the stunning landscape. The parks vary from rugged clifftop courses with fresh sea air…

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A Guide for Beginners Climbing Mount Snowdon

The attraction of climbing a mountain lures many, with the snow-capped peaks, deep gorges, dramatic rock formations, woodlands and rivers and lakes, the natural beauty awarded for those who put the effort in to explore and hike one of the world’s greatest marvels is abundant! Climbing a mountain can be both exhilarating, rewarding and one…

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