Wales

NORTH WALES IS A PLAYGROUND FOR THRILL SEEKERS, A HIDEOUT FOR STARGAZERS AND A GOLD MINE FOR HERITAGE EXPLORERS

Alongside UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Conwy, Beaumaris, Harlech and Caernarfon Castles, North Wales is home to seaside towns, romantic gardens and some of the best walking and cycling in Britain. And, if that’s not enough, it’s all set against the jaw-dropping backdrop of Snowdonia’s mountains.

North Wales has reinvented itself to create a series of truly world-class attractions, from high-speed zip lining and inland surfing, to underground trampolining in a 176-year-old disused slate mine.

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There are endless possibilities on this four day trip for the adventurous traveller, from climbing Wales’ highest mountain to zip-lining through the caverns of abandoned mines. But it doesn’t all have to be high-octane action, the relaxed seaside setting of Llandudno is just the spot to relax and unwind.

One of Britain’s National Parks, Snowdonia’s epic landscape ranges from deep valleys and craggy peaks to dramatic coastlines.

There are endless possibilities for the adventurous traveller, from climbing Wales’ highest mountain to zip-lining through the caverns of abandoned mines. But it doesn’t all have to be high-octane action, the relaxed seaside setting of Llandudno is just the spot to relax and unwind.

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