North Wales is a place to explore, discover and re-visit time and time again.In our pages we aim to bring you the best of North Wales. Places to stay, businesses, shopping, eating out, all the information you need whether you live or are visiting North Wales.
The North Wales holiday area attracts people who love the coast and countryside with its long stretches of sandy beaches, craggy mountains, towering headlands and deep valleys.
To the west lies Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales which dominates the mountain range named after it, Snowdonia, a magnet for climbers and walkers.
An area of outstanding natural beauty, Snowdonia offers diverse landscapes from the highest mountain ranges, tranquil lakes, fast flowing rivers and a wealth of forest trails to miles of golden sandy beaches on the Lleyn Peninsula. Here you can find some of the best sailing and surfing in Wales.
In contrast,to the east you will find a gentler landscape of heather moorlands, green vales and the rolling hills of Wales’ Borderlands. Here you can explore interesting market towns, walk the hills of the Clwydian Range and quiet forest trails or take in the atmosphere of historic stately homes and gardens.
Visit the Isle of Anglesey by crossing one of two historic bridges over the Menai Strait to Ynys Môn – with its 125 miles of coastline, a paradise of wild flowers and birdlife – not to mention all types of watersports.
For families and adults alike, the lively North Wales Coastal Resorts offer a wide range of exciting and fun filled attractions, a haven for children of all ages, plus always, a varied programme of events and evening entertainment.
And of course North Wales offers a wide range of accommodation - hotel, bed and breakfast, self catering, caravan or tent- to suit your needs.
Explore North Wales, explore the real thing.