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The largest town on Anglesey, and a busy ferry port steeped in history.
A massive neo-norman fantasy castle crammed with fascinating things including carvings, handmade wallpaper and paintings. With shop, tea rooms and events.
A popular family seaside resort with miles of sandy beaches, loads of attractions, amusements and a local harbour.
Join us to learn about local legends, heritage and wildlife in the beautiful scenery around the coast of Mid-Wales.
Miles of unspoilt coastline, adorned with award winning beaches overlooked by the Cambrian Mountains and Snowdonia in the north.
A long, north facing, sand and shingle beach backed by a narrow promenade and sea wall along its entire length.
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.
Bryn Corach is a fanciful turreted house reputedly inspired by Conwy Castle, which stands in the foreground of a view that sweeps from Great Ormes Head on the northern coast to the peaks of Snowdonia.
Llanbedr is an attractive village situated in Gwynedd, North West Wales. It's an ideal location for walking and Shell Island is famous for it's abundance of sea shells.
A long sandy beach which looks out onto the Menai Straits; its many facilities make it a popular family resort.
Conwy Parish Church, founded in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary and All Saints, was originally the Cistercian Abbey of Aberconwy whose foundations were marked out in the late 12th Century.
Talacre has a long sandy beach stretching from the Dee estuary through Barkby beach to Prestatyn beach.
Brithdir Mawr in Mold.
The ideal family day out. Go Karting, Cable Wakeboarding, Kayaking, SUP, Archery, Ten Pin Bowling, Soft Play Centre, Cafe & Dining Room & award-winning Farm Shop selling farm raised meat & locally sourced produce. Free entry & free parking.
Here at SCYC we have a calendar of events throughout the year.
A long sandy beach backed by an extensive area of sand dunes.
A museum of Wales's oldest infantry regiment, stunning displays and fascinating sudio visuals.
RNLI Moelfre Lifeboat Crew provide 24-hour lifeboats and seasonal lifeguards dedicated to saving lives at sea.
Bank House Gallery is located in the picturesque 'City' of St. Asaph, in North Wales, and is housed in a Grade II listed former bank building.
Centrally located in the heart of Rhyl, this grade II listed building is the perfect venue for your function or event.