Month: June 2015

Golf at Nefyn – a course that brings new meaning to “water hazard”

The Llyn Peninsula is an unmistakable stretch of land which juts out into the Irish Sea. It is home to some of the most outstanding scenery in Wales and much of it is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty owing to its distinctively wild and rugged coastline. Along one short section of this coastline you’ll …

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Conquer the summit of Wales’ highest mountain – by train!

Snowdon is the highest peak in England and Wales. Standing at 3,506ft this majestic mountain dominates the landscape of North West Wales. Since 1896 people from all over the world have been able to reach the summit with ease, to enjoy magnificent panoramic views across Snowdonia and beyond by travelling on the Snowdon Mountain Railway. …

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Ride the world’s only people-powered rollercoaster!

North Wales has a wide range of fantastic attractions that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Nestled in the beautiful landscape on the outskirts of Snowdonia National Park is Greenwood Forest Park, which is less than a 10-minute drive from Caernarfon. This eco-park has been voted the best family attraction in North Wales, and …

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Caernarfon – a Royal Town and beating heart of Welsh Celtic culture

Caernarfon is the “Celtic Heart of Wales”, a place where strong cultural roots are seen and heard. It’s also a popular town with visitors, thanks to its splendid castle and town walls, and fabulous location on the banks of the Menai Strait. Caernarfon and its UNESCO World Heritage site enjoy an outstanding location between the …

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Culture, heritage, beaches and beauty – Anglesey has it all

A short drive north from Caernarfon brings you to two historic crossings of the Menai Strait to Anglesey. Britannia Bridge is the more modern of the two, while nearby Menai Bridge was once the largest suspension bridge in the world. As soon as you cross onto this unique island you will be treated to some …

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