Find your own North Wales
Perched on a rocky fringe in Western Europe, welcome to the undiscovered lands of North Wales – one of the most beautiful and interesting places in Britain.
The scenery changes in minutes - rocky outcrops, sandy beaches, snow-covered mountains, endless fields waving in the wind and market towns breaking up the landscapes with their traditions, heritage & culture.
Delve into North Wales' rich history
Delve into historic Wales' heritage along its dramatic Northern coastline, discovering ancient castles, exploring the hidden secrets of historic stately homes & gardens, tracing the trails of ancient pilgrims, dangerous pirates & brutal conquerors and bringing myths and legends to life.
Flint Castle was the first of English king Edward I's 'Iron Ring' of fortresses, designed to subdue the Welsh.
Conwy, Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Harlech which, together with Conwy Town Walls, form the rest of the coastal set and are also an official UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Our #1 National Park?
Snowdonia National Park is truly unique – no other park has such an array of craggy mountains and sandy beaches around it.
In a single day you can hike a peak, sunbathe on a beach and lose yourself in quiet country between.
Discover the history of slate, one of the former industries of Wales and explore mines, national museums, trails and steam railway lines…
The Isle of Anglesey has got the lot. Its coastline is as varied as it is spectacular! Anglesey is an historic island full of character and a place that inspires and appeals to all the senses.
Discover beautiful beaches, cliffs, tiny fishing villages and some of the most famous landmarks in Wales…
Uncover legends, myths and fantastic tales in this mysterious and wonderful land of dragons!
If you are looking for more information on our regions, please feel free to get in touch with us at anytime.
Alternatively, we have put together a few helpful links to external websites for you to explore more about the regions we love: