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Top Parks in North Wales to Visit for Educational Tours

North Wales offers an impressive selection of parks that are not just beautiful but filled with learning opportunities. They are some of the most interesting places to take children for educational tours. Parks in the region vary wildly in their offerings, which makes it easy to find something suitable for children and adults alike. From…

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Exploring North Wales: Snowdonia and Conwy

There is much to explore and see in North Wales, from castles to tiny houses and ancient monuments to breath-taking landscapes. If climbing Snowdon Mountain is not what you are looking for, you may want to start your day in the charming village of Betws y Coed. Snowdonia and the Conwy Valley has something for…

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7 Best North Wales Attractions for Families

North Wales teems with fun activities and attractions for little ones and young adults. With great museums, historic sites, parks, zoos and toy stores, the UK country functions as a playground for the kids and a stomping ground for teens. Plus, parents are sure to enjoy themselves along with their children.  Below is a list…

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Winter Wonders to Enjoy in North Wales

The beautiful sceneries in most Parts of the UK are covered with snow in winter. This, however, is not true for a large part of North Wales. It is among the leading tourist destinations all year round, thanks to its beautiful scenery and clear winters.  Gardens, mountain walks, coastal paths, and wildlife are some of…

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Bird Watching

5 fantastic experiences you don’t want to miss in North Wales 

If you are a thrill seeker or you are just looking for a world-class excavation and sceneries that will leave unforgettable experiences and staying around North Wales, then you are missing a lot of fun. There is no doubt that North Wales is the best place to experience and learn the history of the Vikings…

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FESTIVE EVENTS IN THE HISTORIC BUILDINGS OF NORTH WALES!

If you’re thinking of a winter break in scenic north Wales in a Lyons holiday park, you might want to check out some of the best events held in National Trust properties across the region. In the spirit of the festive season a whole host of historic buildings have opened their doors to hold events…

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Walking Trails

The North Wales Bucket List: 5 Things to Do in North Wales

North Wales is full of hidden gems. From Llanfairfechan to Portmeirion, the region has a wealth of unique attractions woven amongst the lush green hills and mountains. Throw in some local food delights, thrilling extreme sports, and quaint traditional transport, you’ve got a postcard perfect getaway. Here are the top things to do in North…

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Literary North Wales: Trails and Walks from Page to Land

From J. R. R. Tolkien to Lewis Carroll, many literary figures have drawn from the Welsh landscape in the creation of their famous novels. Wales itself has a rich tradition of literary accomplishments and appreciation, with the annual Hay Festival in Hay-on-Wye being one of the most famous literary festivals in the United Kingdom. North…

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Snowdonia National Park, a top attraction in North Wales

10 of North Wales Top Attractions

North Wales has long been one of Britain’s top tourist destinations, offering a variety of holiday activities within a small area, combining stunning mountain sceneries close by to gorgeous sandy beaches. When staying at our holiday parks and investing in our caravans for sale, North Wales has so much to offer visitors. We have mentioned…

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Llandudno Pier in North Wales

What to Do at Llandudno Pier

Llandudno Pier is one of the top attractions in North Wales, and a fantastic place to head to for families wanting to while away an afternoon. Open until 10pm during the summer, and all year round weather permitting, except Christmas Day, there is so much to do there, from food to eat and arcade games…

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