If you’re searching for a break with a difference there is nowhere more perfect than North Wales. Full of charm, nature, history, outdoor adventures and culture it is full of naturally beautiful places all perfect for a getaway where you can relax and enjoy learning, exploring and taking time to do all the things you love, all in a breathtaking setting.
North Wales has ancient attractions dating back around 450 million years ago. It’s not just its natural beauty that people flock to see, it is also crammed full of history; from ancient ruins and the iron ring of castles to historic buildings, age-old villages and copper, lead and gold mines. Whatever historical area you wish to visit you’ll definitely enjoy every moment of exploring what North Wales has to offer. There are plenty of historical tours to keep you entertained such as a tailor-made medieval castle tours exploring castles built by King Edward 1st. You can plan walking guided tours of local historic areas, a trip to an ancient mine or even take a trip to King Arthur’s underground and waterfall Labyrinth or watch WWII come alive in front of your very eyes.
Any keen photographer that enjoys capturing breathtaking backdrops, natural beauty and unique moments needs to visit North Wales. There are endless opportunities for those that love being behind the camera. Whatever catches your interest there will always be something fascinating to photograph. A trip to the coast, Snowdonia, a beauty hotspot, historic landmarks or even the comings and goings of everyday life will make sure you leave North Wales with a perfect picture, and it’s a great memory of your North Wales break with a difference.
Being at one with nature
North Wales has an extensive landscape as well as three areas that are named as having outstanding natural beauty status. Dee Valley and Clwydian Range along with Llyn Peninsula’s coastline are astonishing sites that any nature lover has to visit. With marine life, stunning coastlines and beaches, cliffs, open spaces, rivers and waterfalls as well as wildlife, it makes the perfect place to explore for anyone wanting to see something magical. Whether it’s trekking, bird or wildlife watching that gets your full attention, then you definitely won’t be disappointed with what North Wales has to offer.
Culture in North Wales
It’s not just the stunning scenery and historical gems to find in North Wales; it is also jam-packed full of culture. Llandudno, for instance, is crammed with art galleries and museums and plays host to a wide range of festivals oozing with culture throughout the year. North Wales is home to plenty of local talent with its many theatres; it’s the ideal place to visit for anyone that enjoys the performing arts. Wales, although a country making up part of the United Kingdom, sports it’s very own language along with Celtic and folk music and it’s very own mouth-watering Welsh dishes. Why not visit North Wales and see what part of their culture makes your breakaway that little bit different.
Being known for its amazing countryside and open spaces North Wales is ideal for anyone wanting an adventure holiday. It’s the perfect environment for those wanting to participate in watersports, from white water rafting to canyoning and gorge walking. The open spaces also make it perfect for outdoor activities such as zip wires, underground experiences, water sports, sailing, rock climbing, trekking, horse riding and outdoor pursuit activities, and of course not forgetting a trip to Snowdonia. So if you want a break that gets your adrenaline pumping North Wales has something for the whole family.
If you’re looking for a place to stay on your trip, then caravan parks in North Wales offer the ideal place for you to relax, plan and enjoy every minute of your break away.