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Places to Visit in Snowdonia

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Cadair Idris is a spectacular mountain reserve in Southern Snowdonia of over 450 hectares of breathtaking landscape, rugged summits, glacial lakes and a mossy wooded gorge.

 

Discover a forest of lakes and mountains in the heart of Snowdonia - with lots of scenic walks.Gwydir Forest Park is home to the celebrated landscapes of lakes, forests and mountains.

In or near Betws-y-Coed

 

Tywyn is a seaside town on the north coast of Cardigan Bay. The name Tywyn comes from the Welsh word for beach or sand dunes.

In or near Tywyn

 

North-east of Machynlleth and south-east of Dolgellau, the village of Dinas Mawddwy is just to the side of the A470 at the junction with the mountain road to Lake Vyrnwy and Bala.

In or near Dinas-Mawddwy

 

Abermaw / Barmouth in Southern Snowdonia is a great location for Mountain, Sand and Sea. Extensive sandy beach with attractions, water sports and boat trips. Situated on the Coast Path with walking and cycling available for all abilities.

In or near Barmouth

 

Barmouth is southern Snowdonia’s most popular seaside resort. In summer, its big sandy beach is a magnet for visitors, yet there’s so much space along miles of unbroken sands that it never gets overcrowded.

Blue Flag Wales

 

The west facing beach at Tywyn is a long stretch of sand and pebbles backed by sand dunes.

Keep Wales Tidy

 

Dyffryn (Llanendwyn) is a long sandy beach backed by an extensive sand dune system between Shell Island and Dyffryn Ardudwy.

 

Aberdyfi Beach in Southern Snowdonia is a popular beach of perfect sand and the occasional sand dune extends for miles, from Aberdyfi all the way to Tywyn.

 

The historic market town of Bala sits at the head of Llyn Tegid in the Snowdonia National Park. The area, with its dramatic scenery, is an excellent base to stay and explore both Mid and North Wales.

Walkers are Welcome Towns and Villages

 

The beach has a very picturesque setting, with the backdrop of Snowdonia's mountains to the east.

Blue Flag Wales

 

Llandanwg beach is just south of Harlech; the village is famous for its church which stands just a stone's throw from the sea.

 

Known locally as Benar Beach, Tal-y-Bont Beach is a sandy beach and good for surfing. The beach forms part of the large sand system of Morfa Dyffryn which are designated as an area of Special Scientific Interest.

 

Fairbourne Beach is a two mile stretch of sand backed by steep pebble banks and surrounded by the Snowdonia National Park.

 

A large, sandy and peaceful beach surrounded by dunes within the Snowdonia National Park.

 

Betws-y-Coed lies in the Snowdonia National Park, in a valley near the point where the River Conwy is joined by the River Llugwy and the River Lledr, and was founded around a monastery in the late sixth century

In or near Betws-y-Coed

 

Beddgelert (Gelert's Grave), is a village in Snowdonia. It is reputed to be named after the legendary hound Gelert.

In or near Beddgelert