Discover North Wales – This Year!
There is so much to discover this year in North Wales, for example, discover the towering and rugged mountains of Snowdonia, which hold ancient myth and secrets from eras bygone in it’s vast cliffs and valleys.
The wonderful coastline, with pristinely preserved classic locations like Llandudno, Porthdinllaen, and Abersoch which attract visitors from all over the world.
The Islands of North Wales include the beautiful isle of Ynys Mons – in English this is Anglesey, this beautifully formed island world is is famous for its staggering beaches and cliffs as well as its’ equally amazingly beautiful verdant and green inland locations.
Just of the coast is the tidal island of Ynys Llanddwyn, and it’s famous white lighthouse – this is an Instagrammer’s dream to visit as the secluded beautiful beaches and make for an outstanding images.
Speaking of discovery, did you know that the village of Ffynnon Beuno is home to adventurer and explorer HM Stanley of ‘Dr. Livingstone I Presume? Fame’. The vale is also home to an ancient holy well in which people used to bathe because of it’s apparent healing properties.
The Wales Coastal Path encircles all of the the country of Wales, and provides endless beautiful views of sweeping beaches and staggering sea cliffs, as well as distant ocean views. Some explorers even decide to try and trek the whole thing – however most people simply just choose sections to explore – and you have so much to choose from Colwyn Bay to Llandudno ? Conwy to Deganwy? The list is endless and amazing.
Explore the arts and culture of Wales this year – including amazing locations and hubs of art like Llandudno Oriel Mostyn Art Gallery, which is hosting some fantastic exhibitions throughout the year, not to mention Galeri Caernarfon which aside from it’s massive new Cinema Installation is going to hosting some amazing film and exhibitions over the year.
Tucked under the protruding arm of the Lleyn Peninsula is the wonderful Italianate resort village of Portmeirion which has been carefully designed as a paradise location – this was actually the location for filming TV series ‘The Prisoner.’ With amazing views over the crystalline oceanic views.
The amazing Pontcysyllte aqueduct is alike an outstanding experience, you can even hire a canal boat and traverse it, with amazing views from all around – celebs from far and wide have been known to check out this amazing location.
Also a mention is the castles built in North Wales – did you know that North Wales has more castles per square mile than any other country in the world? The likes of Conwy Castle and it’s towering views of the estuary, the gargantuan Caernarfon castle with its massive defence and the classic welsh fortress of Dolbadarn Castle and Dolwyddelan Castle which are hidden in the mountains.