There's so much to do in North Wales, here is a small selection. We are always adding more information so please visit this page again to learn about more attractions.
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A Hike to the Top of Moel Llyfnant
This walk will take you to the very top of the hill that is Moel Llyfnant, and lead you through the lost village of Tryweryn, which was partially flooded when the Llyn Celyn reservoir was opened in the early 1960s.
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.
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.
Aberdaron to Bardsey Island
A Walk from Aberdaron to Bardsey Island
This short walk – measuring just a couple of miles – won’t take you all day, but it will leave you with some lasting memories. It mostly consists of walking around the village of Aberdaron, taking in the sights such as the church that dates back to the 12th century, before exploring the Holy Isle of Bardsey for a while.
Aberdaron to Mynydd Mawr
A Walk from Aberdaron to Mynydd Mawr
This walk takes place at the most westerly point of North Wales, all the way out on the Llyn Peninsula. Starting and ending in Aberdaron, an ancient village that dates back centuries, this walk takes you around the cliffs, offering some spectacular and dramatic views out onto the sea. Be sure to take your camera!
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club is set within the beautiful area of the Snowdonia National Park, more specifically just outside of the village from which it takes its name, which you will find in the county of Gwynedd in North Wales.
Aberffraw Bay Beach
Travelling with the Dogs
Do you like days out by the beach? Do you tend to travel with your dogs in tow? If you answered yes to both of these questions (or even just one, to be perfectly honest), then the Isle of Anglesey is the place for you, as it’s a well-known dog-friendly destination.
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.
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A zoo featuring a diverse range of animals, and views over Colwyn Bay. Where else can you pay a visit to fantastic and fascinating animals while also enjoying glorious panoramic views over a beautiful bay?
Conwy Castle is easily the most spectacular of all the castles in North Wales (and cost the most to build, too!). The castle was built for Edward I by Master James of St George, and is one of the most impressive surviving medieval fortifications in Britain.
Built by civil engineer Thomas Telford in 1805 to carry the canal across the River Dee, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct stands at an impressive 38 metres (126 feet) high, making it the highest canal aqueduct ever built.