North Wales is a stunning place to visit with never-ending coastal paths, fantastic days out and World Heritage sites. Staycations in the UK are giving us even more opportunity to find amazing places on our doorsteps. So, visit Wales where there is so much to discover and something to suit everyone.
If you still need some persuasion on why to visit North Wales, we’ve got a list of five beautiful places you won’t want to miss.
It’s the highest mountain in Wales and England standing at 3,560 feet and boasts stunning views that are truly mesmerising. There are six different routes up to the summit but if you don’t fancy the hike you can take the train which offers remarkable views of the dramatic landscape. There’s even a visitor centre, cafe and gift shop nestled neatly into the mountain for you to visit when you reach the top.
This unique village was developed by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis who acquired the land in 1925 and had dreams of creating a tightly grouped coastal village. Located on a private peninsula with stunning views of the sea, it’s a mixture of rural Wales and the Italian Riviera. Comprised of a beautiful mix of brightly coloured buildings and surrounding woodlands full of culture and history.
Designed by Thomas Telford and Williams Jessop and completed in 1805, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct carries the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee. You can walk across the aqueduct or catch a horse-drawn boat, either way, you’ll be subject to stunning scenery. A footpath will take you from the foot of Castell Dinas Bran to the Horseshoe Falls where you can relax and enjoy a dip in the water.
A small island perched just off the coast of northwest Wales and home to Britain’s longest place name, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. Anglesey is full of history and lovely coastal landscapes. Crossover on Thomas Telford’s suspension bridge and enjoy some of the island’s great coastal walks or visit the World Heritage listed Beaumaris Castle. The South Stack Lighthouse is a highlight of Anglesey surrounded by fascinating geology and superb cliffs.
An Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, Llŷn Peninsula is hidden beyond Snowdonia’s peaks and is a haven for all walks of life. There are loads to discover including wild coastlines, hidden beaches and cosy seaside towns like Criccieth and Abersoch.
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