Explore North Wales
Discover beaches and cliffs, tiny fishing coves and a busy port on the Isle of Anglesey. Learn about shipwrecks and tales of derring-do, legends of Princes and Princesses, and tragic lovers.
The Lleyn Peninsula is unmistakably Wales. With Snowdonia guarding its landward edge it has the feel of an island, and a beautiful one at that.
What do you know about Llandudno and the North Wales coast? It has beaches, yes. It has lively and historic resorts, of course. It’s less than an hour from the England border near Chester.
Even amongst the UK’s treasured national parks, Snowdonia is unique. In a single day you can hike a peak, sunbathe on a beach, and lose yourself in quiet country lanes between the two.
Hills, rivers and history are very interwined in North East Wales. With Iron Age hill-forts atop strategic peaks, historic river crossings and bustling trading posts deep in the valleys, North East Wales is a delight to explore.