Welcome to North Wales
From Holyhead in the North to Tywyn in the South, from the shores of Aberdaron in the West to Wrexham in the East,
North Wales is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
If you love the outdoors, Snowdonia is a magnet for climbers and walkers and on the
Llyn Peninsula you will find some of the best sailing and surfing beaches in North Wales.
The Isle of Anglesey is surrounded by 125 miles of coastline and a host of historical sites whilst the North Wales Borderlands is dominated by the spectacular Clwydian Hills and interesting market towns on
's doorstep. Chester
Wrexham and the surrounding areas have a wealth of attractions and places to visit, which include the famous
Llangollen Canal, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and . Chirk Castle
For families the Coastal Resorts offer a wide range of exciting and fun filled attractions, plus a wide programme of events and evening entertainment.
North Wales, whilst bustling, is not as stressful as city living. If you wish to get away from it all, there are areas which offer peace and tranquillity, and generally getting away from it all takes no longer than 10-15 minutes.