North Wales seeped in Welsh history and culture, is a region passionate about language music and history. This area is a vacation hot bed due to its gorgeous scenery and natural attractions. Fine sand beaches, along with rivers, mountains, and waterfalls dot the landscape and create an atmosphere that must be seen to be believed.
North Wales has many attractions for the adventurous traveler. Sail a boat in the Abersoch Llyn Peninsula, mountain bike at Coed Llandegla, or hike on the Brecon Beacons. The whole family can take surf lessons on the Llyn Peninsula too or horseback ride down the beach at Marloes Sands. Walk along the Anglesey Coast Path in Church Bay or mountain bike the Clwydian Range.
All of North Wales makes for a fun holiday, but try these top locations first:
Snowdonia: White water raft in Bala or climb ropes in Ogwen Valley - Snowdonia has it all. There is also a national park of 823 square miles in the area featuring mountain ranges, waterfalls, and incredible wildlife.
Denbighshire: The oldest inhabited piece of north east Wales is also the home of many UK celebrities.
Wrexham: A major cultural, educational, government, and economic hub of Northern Wales. The host of many sporting events and conventions for the area.
Deeside: Deeside is known for its industry, providing jobs for the people of Cheshire, Merseyside & North Wales and the home of Airbus (type of aircraft) manufacturing.
North Wales is picturesque, and you’ll want to experience it like a true Welshman by staying in a vacation rental instead of a hotel. Make your next holiday a special one by visiting North Wales - you won’t regret it.