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North Wales

Great for...

Snowdon is the centrepiece of a huge national park that contains not just mountains but vales clothed in ancient oakwoods, moorlands, lakes and a stunning coastline. For more seashore, head for the Llyn Peninsula or Isle of Anglesey, booth designated ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. There’s another AONB along the border, in the gorgeous shape of the Clwydian Range of hills. So we’re not shore on scenery – or activities. It’s said that North Wales is the UK’s activity capital. With all that walking, mountain biking, canoeing, fishing, golf, and horse riding on the doorstep we’re not about to argue.

Our Take...

Don’t despair, adventure can mean a whole host of activities in Wales. If you prefer the quieter pleasures in life, why not get adventurous with food & drink. There are some gastronomic delights throughout this region, why not start by enjoying fresh oysters on the Isle of Anglesey.