About North Wales
If you are looking for a scenic and relaxing destination in the UK, you might want to consider visiting North Wales. North Wales is a region that offers stunning natural beauty, rich history and culture, and plenty of activities for all ages and interests. Whether you want to explore the mountains of Snowdonia, the beaches of Anglesey, the castles of Conwy and Caernarfon, or the charming towns and villages, you will find something to suit your taste and budget. We share with you some of the best places to visit, things to do, and tips to make your trip to North Wales unforgettable.
If you're looking for some fun and exciting things to do in North Wales & Anglesey, you've come to the right place. Here are some of the top attractions and activities that you can enjoy in this beautiful region:
* Explore the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, a 140 mile/225km trail that takes you around the stunning coastline, past historic sites, wildlife habitats and scenic views. You can walk the whole path or choose from 12 sections that suit your ability and interest.
* Visit Llanddwyn Island, a romantic outcrop that was once home to Saint Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers. You can see the ruins of her church, a lighthouse, a cross and a well, as well as enjoy the sandy beach and the forest where red squirrels live.
* Discover the Copper Kingdom in Amlwch, where you can learn about the history and heritage of copper mining in Anglesey. You can visit the Copper Kingdom Centre, the Parys Mountain Copper Mine and the Amlwch Industrial Heritage Trust.
* Experience the thrill of adventure sports at Safe and Sound Outdoors, where you can try whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing, climbing, abseiling and more. They offer activities for all ages and abilities, from beginners to experts.
* Play a round of golf at Anglesey Golf Club, a traditional 18 hole links course that offers a challenge for all levels of golfers. You can enjoy the views of the Irish Sea, the Snowdonia mountains and the South Stack lighthouse.
Antique, Vintage & Collectors Fair - Church Hall, Betws-y-Coed - More Info
Oriel Glasfryn Gallery - South St, Caerwys - More Info
Weekly Heritage Walks - Llandudno Museum, Llanduno - More Info
RSPB Llyn Brenig Nature Reserve - Llyn Brenig, Conwy - More Info
Welsh Mountain Zoo - Colwyn Bay - More Info
Beaumaris Castle - Beaumaris - More Info
Beaumaris Gaol - Beaumaris - More Info
Anglesey Sea Zoo - Brynsiencyn - More Info
Anglesey Riding Centre - Tal-Y-Foel - More Info
Pili Palas Nature World - Menai Bridge - More Info
Llanfairpwllgwyngyll... Station - Llanfair Pwllgwyngyll - More Info
Penmon Priory - Beaumaris - More Info
Cemlyn Bay Nature Reserve - Cemlyn Bay - More Info
GreenWood Family Park - Y Felinheli - More Info
Rhoscolyn Beach - Rhoscolyn - More Info
South Stack Lighthouse - Holyhead - More Info
Attractions in nearby Chester:
Chester Zoo – With Over 35,000 Animals and 125 Acres of Gardens – More Info
Beeston Castle – Must-see, breath-taking views from a dramatic medieval castle – More Info