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Places to Visit in North Wales

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Experience a landscape shaped by wind, sand, time and man This area has seen a changing landscape of dunes, woods and grassland since the retreat of the glaciers.

 

This large forest lies to the north of the B5105 on the Hiraethog Moors. It has some of the best and most well managed coniferous plantations in Wales.

 

This new easy-to-follow, waymarked, circular route around the Alwen Reservoir is approximately 7.5 miles (11 Km) You will follow forestry tracks and paths along the water’s edge and up to the moorland of Mynydd Hiraethog.

 

A sandy bay in the shadow of the steep Mynydd Tir-y-Cwmwd headland near Abersoch.

National Trust

 

Llanfairfechan has a long sand and pebble beach and is popular for swimming as well as a range of water sports.

Blue Flag Wales

 

Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre is the starting point for a visit to Llyn Brenig - whether you intend to walk or cycle one of the waymarked trails, go fishing, or picnic on the lakeside.

In or near Corwen

Visit Wales VAQASAdventure Activities Licensing AuthorityWTTC SafeTravels

 

A large sandy beach with few rocks on the west coast of Anglesey, close to the centre of Rhosneigr.

Keep Wales Tidy

 

A large bay south-wse of Benllech which at low tide forms an extensive area of fine sand and is a designated nature reserve.

 

A lovely little south-west facing beach on Holy Island, Anglesey located to the west of Trearddur Bay.

Blue Flag Wales

 

A sandy, rural and undeveloped beach backed by dunes located south of Llanfaelog and south-east of Rhosneigr.

 

Porth Trwyn beach near Llanfaethlu is a quiet sandy bay backed by dunes.

 

Sandy Cove Beach, Kinmel Bay is a fine north facing sandy beach backed by a narrow promenade used by walkers and cyclists.

Keep Wales Tidy

 

Opposite the top of the High Street, this is Rhyl's busiest beach where bathing is encouraged.

Keep Wales Tidy

 

Abererch’s beautiful beach, an ideal place for families, extends all the way to Pwllheli.

Green Coast Award

 

Llanddwyn Beach is a Blue Flag Beach backed by Newborough National Nature Reserve and forest on the south-western tip of Anglesey.

Blue Flag Wales

 

Perched on top of a hill, all roads into Ruthin seem to lead to St Peter’s Square in the centre. Visitors come here to admire the mix of architectural styles, the excellent specialist shops, and good eating places.