Coastal North Wales
At Llandudno you can ride the UK's only cable-hauled tramway to the top of the Great Orme. Then ski down the other side. We've other great places to visit too like Bodelwyddan Castle which has collections from the National Portrait Gallery, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and the Royal Academy of Arts. Venue Cymru has world-class performances from the Welsh National Opera, Moscow State Circus and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Other things are cultured here. Like the landscaped gardens at Bodnant Garden or the hidden gardens at Plas Cadnant. Our wilder landscapes include watersport venues like Conwy, Colwyn Bay and Prestatyn, where you can sail, jet ski, dive and fish. And, as you'd expect, we have Bodnant Welsh Food Centre showcasing the very best of Welsh food and drink. And some of the best group coastal accommodation around.
Isle of Anglesey
Anglesey is a perfect getaway for groups touring the area. With over 125 miles of ever-changing coastline, why not try some outdoor activities such as cycling, walking, fishing or golf. Miles of scenic coastal and cycle paths await you, as do some of the best water based activities, all designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are many attractions on the island: beautiful countryside,
friendly towns and endearing villages. Anglesey’s attractions are all
signposted and accessible, perfect for all types of tours.
Anglesey has much more to offer with plenty of traditional food outlets, shops and activities across the island.
http://visitanglesey.co.uk for more information.
North East Wales
Countryside doesn't get much greener, or more pleasant than the Heather-clad Clwydian hills or Ceiriog's valley floors. Fast flowing, trout-filled rivers, like the River Dee, the best view of which is from Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - a terrifying 126 feet up. And there are views over nine counties from Chirk Castle, the only one of Edward I's Welsh castles still lived in today.
Six of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales' are right here. Including Pistyll Rhaeadr, the tallest waterfall in Wales. We've other wonders, too. Every year, around 5,000 competitors from all over the world flock to Llangollen's famous international music festival. And that's not the only thing we're famous for. We're widely acknowledged as having some of the best rambling routes in Wales. Even the grounds at Erddig have 13 miles of footpaths. And we're fast becoming known as one of the best
mountain biking venues in the UK.
http://www.denbighshire.gov.uk... for more information.
Snowdonia Mountains & Coast
An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty / Castles / Gardens / Heritage / Coast / History and Culture Tours / Local Crafts and Shops / Narrow Gauge Railways / National Centres of Excellence / Wales Coast Path / World Class Watersports / World Heritage Sites / 150 Attractions / 200 Activity Providers ..... and much more.
http://www.visitsnowdonia.info for more information.
Flintshire is North Wales in a nutshell: quiet sandy beaches, heather-clad hills, bustling market towns, delicious food and drink.
Not to mention lots of lovely hotels and group-friendly attractions offering discounts, commissions and incentives. Best of all we're right next door the English border. So there's really no need to keep driving.
http://discoverflintshire.com for more information.