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The Isle of Anglesey

The Isle of Anglesey

The Isle of Anglesey is a place of peace, a beautiful coastline and home to over 200 festivals during the year. A jazz festival, walking festival, beer festival, boat festival, Viking festivals and many, many more took place during 2008.


Llandudno and Colwyn Bay

Landudno is a pretty Victorian seaside resort found at the foot of the Great Orme. There are a number of things to do in the area including the ability to build sandcastles in the morning and hot the ski slopes in the afternoon.


Rhyl and Prestatyn

Rhyl and Pretatyn both enjoy hotter and sunnier summer than many areas in Wales yet its not just the weather that people flock here to enjoy. There are Fairgrounds, castles, an aquarium, watersports activities, cycling and even an indoor beach!

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

North Wales Borderlands

One of the most famous features of the North Wales boarders is the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct sometime referred to as ‘the stream in the sky’. The aqueduct is the world tallest canal boat crossing and offers some amazing views of beautiful North Wales.


Snowdonia Mountains and Coast

Snowdonia is the highest mountain in all of England and Wales and is a huge draw for any walking or climbing fans. None walking or climbing fans can still enjoy the beautiful scenery the National Park has to offer.

Devils Bridge


Legend has it that the Devils Bridge that spans the Mynach River is so called because it was built by the devil in exchange for the soul of the fist who crossed it. The clever towns people however tricked the devil by sending a dog across the bridge first. Maybe this is why one of the most striking landmarks in the area has had to be rebuilt twice since then!



Pembrokeshire has long been popular with tourists who flock to stay in Pembrokeshire Cottages, hotels, b&b’s and campsites each and every year. Its no wonder they do as the area has one of the finest coastlines to be found anywhere in Britain, with stunning views, sand beaches and an abundant wildlife.

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