Snowdonia Mountains & Coast

Snowdonia, the mountainous heart of southern Britain, is one of the UK’s most popular destinations for hiking and outdoor holidays. However, there’s more to this region than craters and crags. It’s blessed with some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in Wales on the Llŷn Peninsula and Cambrian Coastline, plus its reputation for fine dining using Welsh meat, fish and cheese is growing all the time.

Visit the official regional website for more information: visitsnowdonia.info

A bottle of Glyn Farm Cider sat on the table at Olif Restaurant

The fresh flavours of Snowdonia

Olif restaurant’s contemporary take on tapas is a hit with a new generation of adventurers and explorers to Snowdonia.

Walking path along the lake Llyn Idwal, Snowdonia National Park

Living the high life

Snowdon is the most ruggedly action-packed bit of Wales. But it has its softer side, too, with plenty of family attractions.

Bardsey Island, seen from Mynydd Mawr, Snowdonia

The Llŷn AONB

This superb area draws families, walkers, watersports fans and is a haven for wildlife spotters too.

Jo Dennison at Surf Snowdonia

Active in Snowdonia

Inspirational ideas to get you active in the Snowdonia National Park.

Dramatic skies across Betws-y-Coed

Betws-y-Coed explored

Ripe and ready for exploring, Betws-y-Coed is the gateway to Snowdonia National Park.   

Harlech Castle courtyard

3 days family fun in Snowdonia

An activities tour of Snowdonia allows you to share the fun for the ultimate family holiday.