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Get an Adrenaline Rush in the Picturesque Betws-y-Coed

Referred to as the Snowdonia’s Gateway, Betws-y-Coed is a village you do not want to bypass. Surrounded by lakes, thick forests and hidden valleys, this village in the National Park offers the most stunning views world over. Betws-y-Coed has become a major tourist destination, not to mean you cannot fully enjoy its tranquil beauty. The…

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Spring and Summer Wildlife in North Wales

North Wales is such a beautiful part of the world and it seems that the wildlife certainly thinks so too. As the weather gets warmer, the whole region starts to get busier, meaning that visitors to the region can really cross some of those species off of their bucket list, so long as they know…

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Four Great Places to Play Golf in North Wales

The dramatic scenery of North Wales is a wonderful setting for golf, no matter whether you are a beginner or an experienced player. Nothing beats an exhilarating round in the fresh sea air, followed by a relaxing meal in the Clubhouse, or a visit to the nearest town. The following four courses will give you…

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Mountain Biking Trails to Try Out in North Wales

Mountain biking is one of the many outdoor activities that you can enjoy in North Wales. The region has mountains, valleys and forests where biking routes offer just the challenges you need for an interesting ride. The biking trails offer magnificent sights of rivers and mountaintops. Mountain bikers of all levels will find North Wales…

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A Day Trip to Porthmadog, Portmeirion and Criccieth

Though technically part of West Wales, the small town of Porthmadog, and the neighbouring villages of Portmeirion and Criccieth are wonderful places to visit, if you are enjoying a holiday on the North Wales coast. They are all located at the start of the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, which lies at the western end of the…

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Top 7 Attractions in Llandudno

Llandudno is one of the most famous locations in North Wales. The area is full of falls, prehistoric sites, and many natural attractions. Here are some of the tops attractions:  1. The Great Orme  The Great Orme is probably the most important attraction in the town of Llandudno. It is mostly made of limestone and…

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The Best Parks to Visit in North Wales

Living in North Wales presents endless opportunity to get involved in numerous outdoor activities. For a small region, North Wales has created a good rapport as one of Britain’s most popular tourist destination. From breath-taking views of the rugged, mountainous landscapes to the magnificent seaside towns, locals and visitors can experience the welcoming, exciting and…

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The Snowdon

Mountain Biking Heaven: Why You Need To Climb The Snowdon. Standing tall at 1,085m, Snowdon is the highest Mountain in all of Wales and also happens to be the second highest point (after Scotland) in the British Isles. The mountain is the backdrop of the exceptional Snowdonia National Park and should be on the bucket…

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Abersoch

Three of the Best Beaches in North Wales

Home to majestic mountains, stunning national parks as well as miles upon miles of sandy coastline, North Wales is arguably one of the most beautiful destinations in the United Kingdom. No matter if you visit during the warm and sunny summer months, or take a trip in the depths of Winter, North Wales is sure…

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Retreat

Five Reasons to Buy A Static Holiday Caravan In North Wales

Caravan holiday homes are becoming popular in North Wales. This is due to the regions high reputation as the hotspot for stunning scenery and adventure parks. It ranked fourth in on Lonely Planet’s list of Best in Travel in 2017. The local cuisines also make the area a favourite holiday site for most tourists. Even…

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