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A mountain with three summits and stunning, far-reaching sea views. Yr Eifl on the Llyn Peninsula is a must-do mountain for your next holiday in North Wales
A rewilding sanctuary in the Arenig mountains near Bala – these beautiful holiday cottages are a real nature lover’s treat
A dramatic ruin which keeps watch over the town of Llangollen. Your steep climb up will be rewarded with panoramic views of the beautiful Dee Valley.
Anglesey boasts more than 125 miles of stunning coast and bucketfuls of beautiful, award-winning beaches. Here are some of our favourites.
The sturdy round tower of Dolbadarn Castle stands a lonely guard above spectacular Llyn Padarn near Llanberis.
Looking for a real taste of the countryside for your next trip away? Take a look at our favourite farm stay holiday cottages in North Wales.
It’s Beddgelert’s own mountain: a worthy day of walking that will reward you with superb 360 views of Snowdon, Snowdonia and the North Wales coast.
The prettiest town on Anglesey? Beaumaris is a strong contender. Get ready for pastel-coloured terraces, a mighty medieval castle & soaring mountain views.
Myths and legends are woven into the DNA of Wales and the legend of the Red Dragon on the National flag is no different.
It was built by Prince Llywelyn at the start of the 13th century. Eight hundred years on, its remains sit strong and proud under the gaze of Cadair Idris.
Where hiking meets proper mountaineering and an Everest connection. Tryfan is one of the great peaks of North Wales.