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Wales contains some of the most interesting and varied scenery in the World. Snowdonia National Park's 840 square miles stretches from the Conwy River in the north to Machynlleth in the south and eastwards to Bala. It includes the mountain ranges of Tryfan, the Glyderau, the Moelwynion, Aran and Arennig, Cader Idris and the most well known mountain, Snowdon, the highest peak south of the Scottish border at 3560 ft. View Latest Weather report for Wales
The Edwardian castles of Conwy, Caernarfon, Harlech and Beaumaris are all World Heritage Inscribed Sites and the magnificent 700 year old Chirk Castle has been lived in continuously since it was built.
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The Welsh coastline has many resorts with sandy beaches and picturesque harbours, the Victorian resort of Llandudno being the largest. Llangollen hosts the International Musical Eisteddfod in July each year.
The lovely island of Anglesey is situated on the North West coast of Wales and is separated from the mainland by the fifteen-mile long Menai Strait, carved by glaciation during the Ice Age. It is home to the village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch !!
Things to do
Walking & Climbing Snowdonia - Beginners or improvers rock climbing courses on the classic routes and crags of Wales.
Oakwood Park Narberth, Pembrokeshire – Family theme park voted top Welsh tourist attraction.
Places to see
National Botanic Garden of Wales Llanarthne - Which includes the Great Glasshouse, a futuristic landmark building and one of the largest single span glasshouses in the world.
Caldicot Castle & Country Park Caldicot, Monmouthshire - Set in tranquil gardens and a wooded country park with family activities.