North Wales Vacations

Our world is alive with incredible sights, places and faces; you’ll find plenty to keep you inspired in North Wales, in Wales, United Kingdom.

It’s situated 70 miles (113 kilometers) from Bristol and about 80 miles (129 kilometers) from Bath.

To see some of the scenery along the ocean, drive out to at least one of the major beaches in North Wales. North Shore Beach and Llandudno Beach are two of the more popular beaches in this region. Prestatyn Beach and Barmouth Beach are the other fine beaches in the region.

This special place has no lack of grand castles, which attract sightseers with their towers and massive gates. Caernarfon Castle and Conwy Castle are places with commanding views. The Harlech Castle and the Beaumaris Castle are two other interesting castles in the area that have evolved throughout the years.

Escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy the popular natural parks for which this area is so renowned. Mount Snowdon, Great Orme and Llangollen Canal Trail are among the most popular of these. Each park has its own unique array of plants and animals.

To see the cultural side of this city, visit one of the local local museums. Explore the fascinating worlds within the Home Front Museum, the Llandudno Museum and the charming National Slate Museum.

Some of the most visited historic attractions in North Wales are Pontcysyllte Aquaduct and also Great Orme Ancient Mines. These two are excellent sites at which to beef up on your history. Get a window into how life was in the early days of North Wales before investigating the area’s other fascinating attractions.

Let the kids explore, laugh and play, and get entertained yourself, at much-loved family destinations such as Bodafon Farm Park and Llangollen Scenic Railway. Don't pass up the opportunity to visit these lively and often educational destinations, offering hours worth of entertainment for the entire family.

After spending some time in the center of North Wales, drive out to see one of the area’s most iconic nautical landmarks, the South Stack Lighthouse. This lighthouse is the perfect place to discover some local history, watch the sea birds wheel overhead and to experience ever-shifting moods of the sea below.

An iconic religious building, one of the most popular of the many historic attractions in the city, is the Valle Crucis Abbey. Appreciate the atmosphere of this captivating building, understand its history and realize why it is so popular with visitors to the area.

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