Attractions - North Wales
Stretching from the Victorian resort of Llandudno in the West, to Prestatyn in the East, the beautiful North Wales coastline has attracted holidaymakers for years. An expanse of sandy and pebble beaches sweep all the way from Colwyn Bay to our holiday parks at Pensarn and Towyn.
Conwy Castle is located in the medieval walled town of Conwy in North Wales and is open to the public as a visitor attraction throughout the year. The castle is almost unique in the fact that the old town walls remain almost entirely intact and can still be walked on today. Considering the military action it has seen over the years the castle remains in a remarkably good state of repair.
Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia National Park was established in 1951 and is the second largest of the 11 National Parks in England and Wales. The Park covers 2,132 square km (823 square miles) and stretches from Cardigan Bay's High Water Mark in the west, to the Conwy Valley in the east and from the River Dyfi and its estuary in the south to the coast of Conwy Bay as far as Conwy in the north.
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