Places to Visit

  • Plas Newydd National Trust
  • Sea Zoo
  • South stack Nature reserve

Caernarfon is Gwynedd’s County town, home to Wales’ most famous Castle built by Edward I (also a World Heritage Site). There are plenty of attractions, places to eat and shops selling local produce.


  • Terminus of Welsh Highland light Railway

Here you will find a lively university town. Bangor may be one of the smallest cities in Britain, but that doesn’t prevent it from having what is said to be the longest High Street in Wales.

Why not take a walk along the picturesque pier?


  • Penrhyn Castle National Trust
  • Historic Town
  • Castle

  • Historic town
  • Castle

  • Llandudno Orme
  • Show case cinema multi screen

Criccieth is a charming seaside town with two beaches separated by a spectacular headland castle, chosen as the cover of a new calendar to mark the 25th anniversary of Cadw, the organisation that cares for Wales’s historic sites.



  • Criccieth Castle
  • Cadwallader Ice cream Palour


This beach is popular with the locals - a safe sandy beach with beach cafes and shops to purchase essential buckets and spades. 



  • Caernarfon Airport
  • Museum


Llanberis is blessed with a superb lakeside location at the foot of Snowdon – and it has an exceptional range of things to see and do.

Why not take a trip on Padarn Lake or on the Lake Railway?


  • Slate Museum
  • Rope Centre
  • Snowdon Mountain Railway


A flourishing harbour town ideally located as a gateway to the Snowdonia National Park. There are hills and mountains above (including Moel y Gest at 860ft/262m) and the lovely Glaslyn Estuary to the east.


  • Welsh Highland
  • Ffestiniog railway

Known as the 'capital' of Llyn, Pwllheli is a refreshing - and unusual - mix of market town and seaside. It's also a high quality sailing destination with world class watersports facilities.

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