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Mighty Caernarfon is possibly the most famous of Wales's many castles. Its sheer scale and commanding presence sets it apart from the rest, and, to this day still trumpet in no uncertain terms the intentions of its builder, Edward I.
Trefriw lies on the edge of Snowdonia, on the B5106 road to the north-west of Llanrwst, and about 4½ miles north of Betws-y-coed by road. It is located on the western slopes of the glaciated Conwy valley, below the ridge of Cefn Cyfarwydd.
Wander around the paddocks of rare farm breeds. See our extensive aviaries containing owls and tropical birds. Stroll along the farm heritage trail. See Llamas & Alpacas, Shire Horses and Miniature Shetlands. Play area. Cartwheel Café.
St Peter's Square in Ruthin.
A lovely little south west facing beach on Holy Island, Anglesey.
Vast seams of copper ore were discovered at Mynydd Parys in 1768, and the next half-century saw intensive mining here, resulting in one of the most extraordinary industrial landscapes in Europe.
Widely acclaimed as one of Britain's finest historic houses, Erddig is a fascinating yet unpretentious early 18th-century country house reflecting the upstairs downstairs life of a gentry family over 250 years.
In 2001 Amlwch Industrial Heritage Trust opened a heritage trail around the features in Amlwch Port.
A large sandy beach with few rocks on the west coast of Anglesey.
The largest garden railway in the Wales, miniature animals (Shetland, donkeys, goats etc), 1.5 mile land walk, picnic areas, children's play area.
Café, shop, outdoor attraction. A must for all animal, train & nature enthusiasts.
A lovely little 17th-century family chapel in the woods above Llanrwst, noted for its remarkable painted ceiling. Access by prior arrangement with key keeper.
The Park has an impressive landscape of colourful heather moorland, changing to greener grassland pastures on its lower slopes. A few windblown rowan trees and hawthorn bushes stand out amongst the gorse and bilberry.
Llangollen Town Hall
This gritty, dark-stoned fortress has the rare ability to evoke an authentic medieval atmosphere.
Oriel Mostyn is one of the most beautiful galleries in Britain showing exhibitions by major artists from Wales and the world.
St Paul's was completed in 1888 and stands in the centre of the town on Abergele Road. It is a large building designed by the Chester architect Douglas. Its tower can be seen from all over Colwyn Bay.
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.
Standing on the banks of the River Dee in picturesque but often turbulent border country, this attractive, red sandstone church is surrounded by history, and dates back to 1395. The north door tells its own story, with loopholes for gun bar
Inside one of Wrexham's landmark buildings, Wrexham County Borough Museum is the starting point for discovering the eventful history of this region on the English-Welsh border.