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Snowdonia National Park is arguably the region’s most breathtaking destination, with its wild landscapes and charming villages steeped in history. The perfect spot for lovers of the outdoors, the park is home to the highest mountain in Wales.

Walk up Snowdon to its 3,560ft peak and take in the sensational views across the sea to Ireland. If a hike isn’t on the cards, the park also boasts an iconic vintage steam railway which takes you on an unforgettable voyage right up to the peak.

North Wales has become a real hot-spot for adventure in recent years. While the illustrious National Park may be best known for hiking and impressive walking routes, there are also numerous opportunities to try out other outdoor sports such as mountain biking, climbing, rafting, canoeing, and horse riding.

If that’s not enough thrill-seeking for you, head over to Zip World where you can soar over one of Snowdonia’s lakes at 100mph on the longest zip line in the world, or bounce on giant nets in underground caverns which were once a Victorian slate mine. Adventure in North Wales really is endless!

But that’s not all North Wales has to offer. The region has a wild and diverse 250 mile stretch of coastline which is home to golden, sandy beaches, secluded coves, holy islands, and a rich array of wildlife. Off the coast of Anglesey, there are regular sightings of bottlenose dolphins, bobbing heads of seals, and beautiful birds of prey.

Dotted along the rugged Welsh shores are some of the most well preserved castles in the whole of Europe, each with fascinating history to discover. The famous walled town of Conwy, along with Caernarfon Castle and Beaumaris Castle make up an impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site of architectural splendour and culture.

The bustling seaside towns of Llandudno and Conwy are great for family days out, while the remote island of Anglesey is packed with sandy beaches and picturesque country villages for a real Welsh experience. There’s so much to see, do, and experience in this beautifully wild part of Wales.

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