With the warmer weather expected in North Wales next week, we begin to dream of all the sunny day activities that we can begin to plan and look forward to. The warm breeze, cloudless skies are full of promise when it comes to having some fun outdoors. Here is a list of our bucket list for this year’s summer season. Head to the beachThe coastline of North Wales is breath-taking, from long stretches of sand to more rugged coves, with Jurassic looking rock formations and rock pools filled with sea creatures. Spending the day at the beach in the warm weather is relaxing and rejuvenating, the calming sound of the ocean lapping on the shore and the inspiring views will have you eager to return. Hire a canoeExploring the coastline on water level gives you a new and captivating way to view the wonders of the ocean and rock formations around North Wales. Spend the day bobbing on the water, paddling to untouched coves or grab a rod and try your luck at catching a tasty supper. Visit a waterfallBetws-y-Coed is a small hamlet in the Conwy valley, the walk along the river from the village to Swallow Falls is stunning. As you wander through a thick woodland and wild flowers, and along the winding path, you will come across the impressive waterfall. There are several viewing points, allowing you to see this natural wonder from all angles, make sure you bring your camera! Spend the day at a lakeThe Llyn Brenig lake is a great alternative to a day at the beach. It is a gorgeous spot to spend the day admiring the view and enjoying the slower pace of life. Watch as the sailing boats glide through the water and the fisherman real in their daily catch, or if you feel like an adventure, hire a bike or walk along one of the many footpaths on the surrounding moorland or around the lake itself. Watch the wildlifeThe wildlife enjoys the warmer weather just as much as us, reconnect with nature and spend a few hours admiring the marvels. Watch the behaviour of the birds nesting in a nearby tree, listen to their song or see how many butterflies you can spot. Go stargazingThe night sky has been inspiring people for thousands of years. Many visitors who come to North Wales on holiday are from more populated areas and the visibility of the impressive evening sky is limited. Wrap up warm, make a flask of something hot, jump in the car and head to the remote hills for an evening in awe. Don’t forget to make a wish when you see a shooting star! Make homemade lemonadeThere is nothing more refreshing than freshly squeezed, homemade lemonade. The true taste of summer with each, sweet and zingy sip. Add some crushed ice, and enjoy it with lunch. Ride a bikeWhen you’re on a bike ride, with the wind in your hair as you’re pedalling past brimming hedgerows, your troubles seem to disappear. Bike rides alone, or with your family, passing through the stunning North Wales countryside gives you a chance to get some fresh air, exercise and see the beauty of the area in a different way. Our Wales caravans for sale are all in ideal locations for getting to the best attractions in the area, so whether you want to visit just during the summer, or all year round, the perfect home away from home could be waiting for you.