An early spring drive around the Dysynni Valley – there’s plenty to see, so give it a go yourself!
Clough Williams-Ellis, Portmeirion’s creator, was born in 1883 and built Portmeirion Village in two phases: between 1925 and 1939, and from 1954 to 1976. The following is a very brief history of the Italianate village which is beloved by local people and visitors from all over the world.
Tywyn is a seaside town in Snowdonia, popular as a holiday resort and a great base for exploring the southern reaches of the region. Here are ten things to see and do when you visit Tywyn.
The Dysynni Valley is a beautiful part of Snowdonia, following the Dysynni River from its source at Talyllyn Lake down to Cardigan Bay. It’s also the venue for the Dysynni Trailfest, a popular off-road running event that takes place in June.
It could be argued that the whole of Snowdonia is photogenic – and we’d tend to agree! But which spots do visitors think are the most photogenic? Read on to find out…
If you’re planning to visit Snowdonia with your dog, it helps to know in advance where he’ll be welcome. Here’s our pick of dog-friendly beaches along the Snowdonia coast.
In her excellent guest post for Visit Snowdonia, Mel Williams of the Bala and Penllyn Tourism Association talks about all the fun activities available for families in the Bala and Penllyn area.
Snowdonia is well known for its mountains, but as the region’s full name – Snowdonia Mountains and Coast – suggests, there are some pretty impressive beaches too. Here’s our guide to Snowdonia’s award-winning beaches.
The Bangor, Caernarfon and Llanberis area of Snowdonia is arguably the most action-packed part of the region. Here’s our quick guide to the things you can see and do when you visit Bangor, Caernarfon and Llanberis.
With one foot in the mountains and another in the sea, the Criccieth, Porthmadog and Vale of Ffestiniog area of Snowdonia is the ideal destination for all sorts of holidays. Here’s our take on the best the area has to offer.