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The Snowdonia National Park boasts vast areas of natural beauty and unique scenery. It is known as Eryri by Welsh a name that can be translated as “the place of the eagles”.
The Showground is within close walking distance from the village of Cerrigydrudion, just off the A5 between Llangollen and Betws y coed. (view location here).
Discover the story of the leadminers of Minera, the village named after the ore beneath. Great heritage set in a country park below Minera Mountain and ideal starting point for walking the Clywedog trail.
Oriel Ffin y Parc Gallery specialises in original works of art by renowned Welsh artists. Paintings and prints are available to buy and we are always interested in any works you may wish to sell to us.
Providing facilities in North Wales for the presentation of live entertainment & the performing arts.
Largest craft and antique centre in North Wales.
The Abersoch Sprint Triathlon offers a fantastic challenge in a stunning location & one you will relish whether you’re an elite athlete or you’re just starting out in the Triathlon world!
A long pebbly beach with a beautiful nature reserve.
Located on the west coast of Snowdonia with a picturesque harbour, Barmouth is the perfect destination for sandy beaches, walking and outdoor activities.
A rural sandy beach with cliffs to one side and rock pools, ideal for exploring to the other.
If you wish to explore Wales and are travelling alone or in a small party (of up to four), your very own driver guided tour can be waiting to greet you and show you the sites in safety and comfort.
Clwyd Theatr Cymru is Wales’ major drama producing operation, originally built as a Regional Arts Centre.
Station House in Holywell.
Legends Park, Corwen is the base for the North Wales Vale Vintage Machinery Steam And Country Show which is situated alongside the A5 at the Rhug Estate.
Lon Efion stretches for 20 km (12.5 miles) between the historical town of Caernarfon and the rural village of Bryncir. From the route there are views of the Llyn Pennisula, Caernarfon Bay, Anglesey and Snowdonia.
A sandy covered beach edged by cliffs and rock pools.
Wild Elements is a not for profit social enterprise that is dedicated to get people outdoor and closer to nature.
A long sandy beach at the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay on Anglesey.
Meirion Mill, known as the "Mill in the Mountains", lies just off the A470 between Machynlleth and Dolgellau.
The local Tourist Information Centre provides information on attractions, activities and events in the area as well as offering advice and help on booking accommodation.