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.
Caernarfon Castle is the most famous and, perhaps, the most striking medieval monument inWales - which, is just as its builder, King Edward I intended. Imaginative exhibitions inside the towers bring history alive, and the castle's stylish, modern shop offers a wide range of goods. The castle and the town walls are a World Heritage Site.
Llechwedd Slate Caverns
Winner of all major tourism awards, Llechwedd offers two underground rides and free surface attractions. The deep mine tour begins with a ride on Britain's steepest passenger railway for a walk through ten sound and light sequences, led by the ghost of a Victorian miner. The Miners Tramway is a guided tour with demonstrations of Victorian mining skills. In the Victorian Village, re-minted Victorian coins are available from The Old Bank for such delights as a penn'orth of boiled sweets at the corner shop, or a pint at the village pub.
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