1. Snowdonia National Park
The Snowdonia National Park is the biggest national park in Wales. Mount Snowdon, 9 mountain ranges, 90 peaks and 100 lakes lie within the park’s boundaries and it is also home to about 26,000 people. With the amazing wild landscapes and historical villages, Snowdonia National Park is a wonderful destination for activity vacations, short breaks or fun days with loved ones. Visitors can enjoy the waterfalls, lakes and the vintage steam railway, or participate in hiking and mountain biking activities.
2. Great Orme
The Great Orme is a huge chunk of limestone in Llandudno that rises 207m (679ft) from the sea. It may be massive and bold, but many people love to visit the site. You can get there via the cable car or by using the Great Orme Tramway. The Great Orme’s is a designated Country Park with different habitats such as beautiful heathlands, limestone grassland, woodland, and sheer sea cliffs. Choughs, silver-studded blue butterfly, and wild Kashmir goats are some of the most famous residents in this mini-mountain.
3. Llangollen Canal
The Llangollen Canal, which crosses the border between England and North Wales, is a picturesque navigable canal that attracts many visitors. This waterway connects Llangollen with Hurlstone via Ellesmere town The famous Pontcysylite Aqueduct, which is the tallest (126ft high) navigable British aqueduct, carries the Llangollen Canal over the River Dee. The Aqueduct is a World Heritage Site.
Snowdon is the highest mountain in North Wales and England. It is part of a close-knit formation of jagged mountain peaks and it offers spectacular views of Snowdonia, Ireland, Pemrokeshire and Anglesey. There are 6 different paths available for visitors to maneuver around the mountain: Llanberis Path, Miners Path, Pyg Track, Watkin Path, Rhyd Ddu Path and Snowdon Ranger. Snowdon is believed to be the tomb of the late giant Rhitta Gawr, who wore a cloak, made from men’s beard and was murdered by the legend King Arthur.
5. Church Bay Beach
Church Bay Beach is a breathtaking beach in North Wales that is named after the Llanrhuddlad Church, which commands a great presence from above the headland. The beach is sandy and pebbly, allowing for exploration activities and some rock pooling. Facilities here are really great too, with a café, a disabled facility, a spillway, and public toilets in near vicinity. There’s a restaurant on this beach that offers lobster dishes and is very popular among visitors. Other activities on this beach include swimming, fishing, and diving.
North Wales is a place filled with many exciting attractions. Visitors from far and wide flock to this are to partake of its breathtaking features. The mentioned attractions are not only great for international visitors; they are great for locals too.