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Seek out adventure in North Wales

Seek out adventure in North Wales

An adventurer’s paradise, Brynteg - North Wales offers majestic mountain ranges, stunning beaches and charming countryside. Whether exploring castles in Caernarfon, soaking up history in Llanberis or relaxing on Anglesey’s 250 miles of coastline, it’s easy to see why people escape here week after week.

For those who enjoy a more leisurely pace of life, you can indulge at one of the regions many food festivals, or soak up some rich Welsh history aboard the West Highland steam powered railway.

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This corner of Wales has something for the whole family and you really will be spoilt for choice.

Garth PierNorth Wales

Garth Pier

Stretching out into the beautiful Menai Strait with breath-taking views of Mount Snowdon, prepare to be amazed.

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Great OrmeNorth Wales

Great Orme

Sometimes you can’t beat a breathtaking natural spectacle — that’s exactly what will greet you if ascend the Great Orme, a magnificent limestone headland with dolomite cliffs and a plethora of rare flora, fauna and wildlife. It’s well worth the gruelling climb for the splendid panoramic views of Llandudno and the Welsh coast.

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Menai StraitsNorth Wales

Menai Straits

You’ll enjoy stunning scenery and an abundance of wildlife when you choose the day exploring.

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Mount SnowdonNorth Wales

Mount Snowdon

Dominating the landscape these ancient mountains hold a journey to the summit that will make a fun day out for all. Whether you climb the 1,805m to the peak or catch the train, the views at the top of Snowdon are worth the trip.

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Pant Du Vineyard and CafeNorth Wales

Pant Du Vineyard and Cafe

Taste and purchase a range of superb wines and ciders at the popular Pant Du Vineyard and Café in the heart of North Wales. Admire the on-site vineyard and orchard before browsing the shop and treating yourself to an indulgent snack at the family-run café.

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SnowdonNorth Wales

Snowdon

Lace up the walking boots, because this is the highest point on the British Isles outside of the Scottish Highlands. There are around six routes to the top of Snowdon, so something to test even the most seasoned walker. It’s not only the incredible views to appreciate, either; with rare flora and fauna, Snowdon is also a national nature reserve.

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Snowdonia National ParkNorth Wales

Snowdonia National Park

This beautiful, picture-postcard landscape scarcely needs an introduction. With a sprawling network of trails and a breathtaking collection of peaks, it’s a nature-lover’s paradise. Nine mountain ranges lend themselves to walking, cycling, climbing, horse riding and even water sports — not to forget Snowdon and the railways!

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