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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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  • Baumaris Castle Beaumaris

    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.

  • Beaumaris castle in Anglesey Beaumaris Castle
    Perfect symmetry

    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.

    Free entry with Cadw Pass
  • Beaumaris Gaol 1 Beaumaris Gaol

    Built by Hansom in 1829, Beaumaris Gaol might not be a functioning prison these days but it’s still an interesting day out for the whole family. Walking through the dimly-lit corridors is an eerie experience as you learn all about what prison life was life in Victorian times and hear some of the sad tales of the inmates.

  • Benllech Beach 1 Benllech Beach

    Benllech Beach is a beautiful, long stretch of golden sands, located on the eastern coast of the lovely Isle of Anglesey. It is a popular destination among both tourists and locals alike – in a poll conducted by the Welsh newspaper The Daily Post, Benllech was voted as the fourth best beach in all of North Wales.

  • Pont Y Pair Bridge In Betws Y Coed Betws-y-Coed
    Gateway to Snowdonia

    The most popular inland resort in North Wales, partly due to its convenience as a location but mostly thanks to its beauty and splendour. A lot of the village dates back to the Victorians, and their influence still abounds in the buildings. Surrounded by the dense forestry and imposing mountains of the region, Betws-y-Coed feels pleasantly out of the way.

  • Llyn Stwlan Above Blaenau Ffestiniog Bleanau Ffestiniog
    Heart of Snowdonia

    Blaenau Ffestiniog has recently become a centre for new and exciting activities. Situated right in the very heart of the Snowdonia National Park, with forests, lakes, rivers and mountains all around it people have been coming here for easy access to the park but now there is so much more on offer...

  • Bodelwyddan Castle 2 Bodelwyddan Castle

    Bodelwyddan Castle boasts more than 500 years of history and was once a family home to the Baronets of Bodelwyddan. It has been restored to the height of its Victorian splendour and nowadays has nine rooms full of exhibitions to discover, including collections from the V&A Museum and Royal Academy of Arts. These exhibitions sit alongside original works and features that can trace their roots back over 300 years.

  • Bodnant Gardens Bodnant Garden

    Just 10km south of Llandudno, lies one of Wales’ most beautiful gardens. Built and created by five generations of one family, Bodnant Garden is an unmissable haven of colour, wildlife and peace and quiet.