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This is one of very few areas of ancient broadleaved woodland left in the Corris valley.
Sheltered and south facing, the beach is backed by the village of Aberdaron and surrounded by countryside.
The popular beach of perfect sand and the occasional sand dune extends for miles, from Aberdyfi all the way to Tywyn.
Abererch’s beautiful beach, an ideal place for families, extends all the way to Pwllheli.
A beautiful rural, unspoilt and uncrowded sandy beach backed by extensive dunes.
Possibly the most popular beach in the area, its sheltered position makes it ideal for bathers and watersport lovers alike.
This new easy-to-follow, waymarked, circular route around the Alwen Reservoir is approximately 7.5 miles (11 Km) You will follow forestry tracks and paths along the water’s edge and up to the moorland of Mynydd Hiraethog.
A long sandy beach between Prestatyn Central Beach and Gronant Dunes with rocky breakwaters and a promenade.
Barmouth is southern Snowdonia’s most popular seaside resort. In summer, its big sandy beach is a magnet for visitors, yet there’s so much space along miles of unbroken sands that it never gets overcrowded.
A small sand and shingle beach great for boat trips and offering stunning views.
One of Anglesey's most popular beaches and one of the most visited places on the island.
Borth Wen is a sweeping cove of sand backed by dunes with rock pools on the beach.
Dôl Idris nature trail is located in the parkland on the foothills of Cadair Idris in the south of the Snowdonia National Park. Dol idris has around ¾ miles of accessible paths to take you around the parkland.
A long pebbly beach with a beautiful nature reserve.
A small delightful pebble beach on the north-west coast of Anglesey.
The joy of the 120 acre Crafnant Nature Reserve is its atmosphere. You sense the antiquity of the ancient oaks at the northern (Crafnant) end, encrusted in the greys and greens of lichens, mosses, liverworts and the epiphytic ferns.
Coed Ganllwyd National Nature Reserve is part of the National Trust's Dolmelynllyn estate. The main attraction for many are the spectacular Black Falls or Rhaeadr Ddu. Allow half a day to see all the estate has to offer.
The main attraction for visitors to Coedydd Aber has long been the reserve’s spectacular waterfall, but the valley is home to a diverse range of habitats, from mixed woodland to grassland.
A long beach of sand and shingle with a promenade seafront walk at this popular Victorian seaside resort.
Criccieth Traeth y Marine is a sandy beach with pebbles that stretches away towards Pwllheli.