There are five regions which best represent North Wales. These are Anglesey, Snowdonia, Llyn Peninsula, North Wales Coast and North East Wales.
Anglesey is an island with over 100 miles of diverse coastline. Home to a number of Blue Flag beaches, as well as a walking route which leads you around the island. With a number of great attractions and quality accommodation – Anglesey is a favourite among visitors to North Wales.
Snowdonia National Park is one of the UK’s best. It’s spectacular: majestic mountains, stunning lakes and untouched landscapes make it a haven for visitors. The region has recently been classed as the Adventure Capital of the UK thanks to its abundance of extreme sport activities.
North Wales’ coast is home to towns and villages which are close to the heart of many. Colwyn Bay and Llandudno are destination which hold many memories, and continue to create new memories today with a wide selection of things to do. The coastline which is shared among these destinations is long and diverse. You’ll find beaches of sandy and shingle – as well as plenty of activities taking place.
The Llyn Peninsula has a famed coastline. It’s got every kind of beach imaginable, from smaller ones hidden away, to those with international acclaim. The peninsula has a lovely untouched feel about it and is extremely popular during summer time.
North East Wales has a certain charm about it. The region is home to many historically important building and structures. Popular towns including Ruthin and Llangollen attract many visitors looking to explore the history and beauty.