Beaches, castles, golf courses, spectacular scenery and all the traditional seaside entertainments. The Northern coastline of Wales offers year round entertainment for a wide range of interests making it a very popular destination. From gentle walks along the promenade or tram rides up the Great Orme to golf or even surfing there's something for all tastes.
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A hidden gem
Known as Rhaeadr Fawr in Welsh, the waterfall measures almost 40 metres in height, formed by the Afon Goch flowing down the Carneddau foothills. They are found a short walk (roughly two miles) south of the village of Abergwyngregyn, and serve as the major attraction of the area. Well worth a visit, the walk is as enjoyable as seeing the falls.16.9 Miles Away
If you can’t resist a historical day out, Conwy is an ideal location and you won’t want to miss out on Aberconwy House. Known as a hidden gem on the High Street, Aberconwy House is the oldest building in Conwy.10.3 Miles Away
Abergele Golf Club
Found on the coast of North Wales, within the grounds of Gwrych Castle, is the lovely Abergele Golf Club. You will find the course just a little way west of the town from which it takes its name, so you should make sure to pay a visit to the club after you’ve enjoyed the many pleasures of Abergele itself.13.7 Miles Away
Bangor Music Festival
Bangor Music Festival – previously known as the Bangor New Music Festival – is an annual celebration of the best in new and contemporary music. The festival runs for two days in February, and features a wide variety of events including lectures, workshops and live concerts.19 Miles Away
Bangor Science Festival
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The Bangor Science Festival – which takes place each year at Bangor University, as part of the British Science Week – offers a little scientific something for people of all ages and backgrounds. There are events for school groups, adults, families and science professionals, allowing everyone to get in on the event.19 Miles Away
Bangor St Deiniol Golf Club
The golf course that you will find at Bangor St Deiniol Golf Club is a fantastic example of North Wales’ fine golf offering. Bangor St Deiniol was designed by the great James Braid, and as such it will provide a decent amount of challenge to golfers of all skill levels.18.6 Miles Away
Visitors to the Isle of Anglesey will find the lovely town of Beaumaris on the east coast, just across the Menai Strait from Penrhyn on the mainland. The town is famous for its castle, Georgian architecture, sea front and pier. It also has many good restaurants, cafes and arts and crafts shops making it the perfect destination for a quiet and relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of city living.16.1 Miles Away
A World Heritage Site, Beaumaris Castle is regarded by UNESCO as one of the finest examples of late 13th century military architecture in all of Europe. It is also known as the most “technically perfect” castle in Great Britain, with almost perfect symmetry in its architecture.16 Miles AwayFree entry with Cadw Pass