8 Aug 2017

The best North Wales beauty spots

It’s safe to say that North Wales is one of the most stunning areas in the whole of the UK. There are almost too many beauty spots to count. From endless sandy beaches to snow capped mountain peaks, towering waterfalls to deep underground caves, there is plenty to do!

Here’s a few of our favoruites

1. Snowdon

Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa in Welsh) is the highest mountain in Wales and England. However you recognise this famous landmark, it is well worth a visit. Standing tall over the village of Llanberis, Snowdon is a part of a close-knit family of jagged peaks and can offer views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, Pembrokeshire and Ireland. Choose from six different paths to conquer this 1085 metre giant: The Llanberis Path, PYG Track, Miners’ Track, Watkin Path, Rhyd-Ddu Path or the Snowdon Ranger Path

2. Angel Bay

Angel Bay is an inlet on the Little Orme’s Headland on the North Wales Coast. Known locally as Angel Bay it has been given the Welsh title of Porth Dyniewaid on the Ordnance Survey maps. | Dolphins porpoises, seals and a wide variety of birds from kittiwakes, gulls, razorbills, fulmars and cormorants visit Angel Bay. Locals enjoy the clear waters for swimming and youths have been known to practice unofficial cliff diving.| Close to the All Wales Coastal path it is well worth the short detour while walking the coast of Wales

3. Abber Falls

Aber Falls is a waterfall located about two miles south of the village of Abergwyngregyn, Gwynedd, Wales. The waterfall is formed as the Afon Goch plunges about 120 feet over a sill of igneous rock in the foothills of the Carneddau range

4. Shallow falls

This waterfall on the Afon Llugwy has become a familiar natural celebrity over the past 100 years and has featured on film, postcard and canvas. While its principal viewpoints are situated on the south bank of the Llugwy with the convenience of ample parking along the A5 and within the hotel car park, it is observed far more dramatically if approached on foot along the northern bank

5.Bodnant Garden

Bodnant Garden (which is owned by the National Trust) is one of the most spectacular and admired gardens in Britain. It was voted the winner of “The National Trust Gardens Award” by National Trust members and visitors, and separately it was voted “The Favourite Garden in the Country” by Daily Telegraph readers

 

 

 

 

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