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 …
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.
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.
With over a hundred lakes, a huge network of rivers and nearly 200 miles of coastline, Snowdonia has long been a favourite destination for fishing enthusiasts.
Over many centuries the footsteps of pilgrims wore a path from Bangor Cathedral along the Llŷn Peninsula to the holy isle of Bardsey. In those days, three pilgrimages to Bardsey equalled one to Rome. Today, it’s the Llŷn Coastal Path that brings modern-day pilgrims: walkers and tourists.
Snowdonia is beautiful all year round. But at springtime the region really comes to life. Everything’s green for miles around; the evenings are lighter; the air warmer. If you’re planning a spring break in Snowdonia, here are ten tips for making the most of it.
Much of Snowdonia’s 200-mile coastline is protected as national parkland, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty or Heritage Coast. Snowdonia has a coast? You bet! When you visit Snowdonia, don’t forget to pack a swimsuit as well as walking boots…
Mile after mile of lush green vegetation, fertile countryside and ancient woodlands – criss-crossed by narrow-gauge railways, cycle paths and a seemingly endless network of public footpaths – Snowdonia is green in more ways than one…
When you think about Snowdonia, it’s likely that one of the first things to pop into your head is “mountains”. Which is fair enough – after all, Snowdonia does have a mountain or two. But what you may not know is that Snowdonia also has a glorious 300km-long coastline, crammed with just about every type of beach that you can imagine.