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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.
RSPB Mawddach Valley takes in two very different habitats around the Mawddach estuary which are open to the public - the woodland of Coed Garth Gell and the wetland of Arthog Bog.
Yn Llys Ednowain cewch stori fawr trawsfynydd. Pentre a hanes unigryw yw Trawsfynydd a phrofiad unigryw yw arddangosfa ryngweithiol, aml-gyfrwng Llys Ednowain. Dysgwch am olion Oes Efydd ac Oes Hearn Y CRAWCWELLT.
Tucked away in the foothills of Cadair Idris Country, the peace and simplicity of this ancient church has much to offer our busy, hectic and often troubled world.
Gwydir Castle is situated in the beautiful Conwy Valley and is set within a Grade I listed, 10-acre garden.
Mary Jones World is a new state of the art visitor and education centre that tells the story of Mary Jones and Thomas Charles, and the impact of world's best-selling book – on Wales and the world!
The west facing beach at Tywyn is a long stretch of sand and pebbles backed by sand dunes.
Llandanwg beach is just south of Harlech; the village is famous for its church which stands just a stone's throw from the sea.
The popular beach of perfect sand and the occasional sand dune extends for miles, from Aberdyfi all the way to Tywyn.
The potters' gallery exhibits and sells ceramics made by members of North Wales Potters.
Conwy was once one of the most important pearl fisheries in the country. Musseling in Conwy today is still carried out in the traditional way. Why not visit and learn all about the industry.
The R.N.L.I Lifeboat Museum displays information, photographs, crew kit and equipment, plus gives the opportunity for close inspection of the Barmouth lifeboat from a viewing gallery.
Cefn Caer was an important centre of bardic patronage. Cefn Caer would have been home to Owain Glyndwr during the time the Pennal Policy was drawn up.
The Ty Siamas Centre has an interactive exhibition on Welsh traditional music, as well as a shop and cafe. There is also an auditorium which hosts regular concerts - check websites or local advertising for details.
Probably built by Llywelyn ab Iorwerth ('the Great') early in the thirteenth century, the castle is dominated by a massive round-towered keep, still standing up to 50 feet.
Set within the Snowdonia National Park in the picturesque Conwy Valley. We have an aquatic centre, an aquarium, a reptile house, 3 coarse fishing lakes, a fully licensed Dutch Pancake House & Restaurant and a picnic and play area.
At 100ft above sea level this is the highest garden open to the public. Fabulous views, adventure playground, sunken trampoline, pets corner, gift shop, plant sales, excellent food.
Fun day for all the family. Very good value for money.
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.
Pensychnant House & Estate is managed as a nature reserve and conservation centre: 120 acres of heaths & woods, spring birds, rare moths, guided walks, talks and other events. Wildlife art exhibiton by Philip Snow, Betty Mills plus others.
This is one of very few areas of ancient broadleaved woodland left in the Corris valley.