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…
Most kids love being at the beach – but a family day out at the seaside means ensuring beforehand that there are good facilities available, like plentiful parking, toilets and places to eat. If all that research sounds like hard work, don’t worry – we’ve done it for you, and chosen five of the best …
Keeping children active in Snowdonia is easy – and it’s fun! Even toddlers in pushchairs can enjoy and benefit from a stroll in beautiful surroundings, so head over to Snowdonia for a bracing autumn walk!
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.
If you’re visiting Snowdonia, make sure you visit Harlech and Barmouth, where there’s always plenty of things to see and do. Here are a few of our favourite Cardigan Bay pastimes.
Shopping in Snowdonia is all about the small independent retailers, local produce and locally crafted goods. Here are ten excellent places to shop for Christmas goods in Snowdonia.
When you visit Snowdonia with children, you’ll want to keep all the family-friendly attractions within easy reach. Here are five towns and villages that have easy access to attractions and activities the whole family can enjoy.
Barmouth is a delightful seaside town, set among some of Snowdonia’s prettiest scenery. Here are ten ideas for things to do and see when you visit Barmouth.
With its male voice choirs, harpists, award-winning pop stars and world-famous opera singers, Wales has long been known as the ‘land of song’. We take a look at five of Snowdonia’s most popular music venues.
What is it about Snowdonia that inspires such beautiful arts and crafts? Dramatic landscape, equally dramatic history, abundant natural resources and talented makers all have their part to play.