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.
Aberdaron, Abersoch and Pwllheli on the Llŷn Peninsula are loved by visitors to Snowdonia. Here we look at things to do in these three very different but equally lovely locations.
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.
The renowned Scottish golf course architect James Braid was responsible for designing many of the UK’s best-known golf courses. One of those was Pwllheli Golf Club 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.
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.
Action-packed Snowdonia isn’t just for outdoor adventurers; it’s a great destination for families, too. Here we look at fun things to do in Snowdonia when you’re travelling with very small children.
Snowdonia’s mountains, coast, woods and rivers are teeming with wildlife. Whether you’re a budding botanist or keen ornithologist, you’ll discover plenty of great spots for a nature ramble in Snowdonia.
If you’re feeling the pinch after Christmas and fancy a weekend in Snowdonia to cheer yourself up, there’s no need to spend a lot of money… there’s plenty of things to do in Snowdonia that won’t cost you a penny.
Snowdonia’s landscape has long been a draw for adrenaline junkies, outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. But it’s also inspired artists, musicians, playwrights and sculptors, and so the region has spawned numerous galleries, theatres and community arts initiatives that together attract huge numbers of visitors every year.