Nefyn is a lovely seaside village on the north coast of Pen Llŷn, with an attractive harbour and some of the best mountains-and-coast views in the UK. A sandy beach curves around a small headland to the tiny old fishing village of Porthdinllaen, where you’ll find the world-famous Ty Coch Inn - a must-do pub on any trip to Pen Llŷn, don’t miss it!
Aberdaron is a beautiful harbour village right on the tip of the Llyn Peninsula. This breathtaking part of the North Wales coastline is home to a thriving and welcoming community and is often seen as the hidden gem for those in the know.
Aberdovey is a thriving little harbour resort set within the Snowdonia National Park. It is known for its sailing, watersports and award-winning beaches, alongside lovely restaurants and bars in the town itself. A short drive will take you to the mountains.
Abersoch, situated on the Llyn Peninsula offers great beaches, internationally recognised sailing waters and good surfing. Shops, restaurants, bars and cafes are all plentiful and easily accessible in town.
Anglesey is the largest island in Wales. Easily accessed by two bridges, it is an island steeped in history with a wealth of things to do and places to see.
Bala is set right in the heart of Eryri (Snowdonia) amongst mountains, rivers and lakes. Walking, white water rafting, cycling, sailing, canoeing, kayaking are readily available and the town itself has a great range of restaurants, pubs and cafes, catering for all tastes.
On the coast of Eryri (Snowdonia), Barmouth is perfect for walking, outdoor activity breaks, or fresh air getaways. The town has gift shops, restaurants, cafes and bars all located within a 5 minute walk from the harbour and promenade running alongside a blue flag beach.
Beddgelert is Eryri's (Snowdonia's) loveliest village. A place of legend yet rich with adventure, it is small and friendly with a handful of shops, arts and crafts, restaurants, traditional pubs and a fabulous ice cream shop!
The gateway to Eryri (Snowdonia), Betws-y-Coed is a wonderful setting surrounded by woodland, mountains and cascading waterfalls. It is ideal for outdoor activity holidays including walking, cycling and water sports with a great selection of shops, restaurants and cafes.
Caernarfon is a beautiful medieval town set on the north coast of Wales. With miles of sandy beaches and rugged mountains a short drive away, its a great central place to enjoy a bit of town life and history whilst being on the door stop to experience the great outdoors.
With a foreboding castle set against a mountainous backdrop, the medieval walled town of Conwy has everything on offer: beaches, mountains and bustling villages alongside festivals, art galleries, restaurants and excellent shopping making a great holiday location.
Criccieth is known as “The Pearl Of Wales On The Shores Of Snowdonia”. Set around the castle, it’s a small town with beautiful beaches. Many walk and cycle paths allow you to fully immerse yourself in the Welsh countryside while Porthmadog and Pwllheli are just down the road.
Dolgellau is set at the foot of Cader Idris. Set amongst narrow streets, the town itself offers a great range of cafes and restaurants whilst adventure activities are on the doorstep. Ideally located for exploring the region, it is a great holiday location.
Harlech is a small town along the west coast of North Wales on Cardigan Bay. Its castle, set up high on the rock is the focal point of the town from which there are a small selection of cafes and restaurants. Beautiful sandy beaches, mountains and waterfalls are all a stones throw away.
Known as Yr Wyddfa's (Snowdon’s) village, Llanberis is situated at the foot of Yr Wyddfa. Sitting on the twin lakes of Llyn Padarn and Llyn Peris, the surrounding scenery is rugged and beautiful. Adventure activities are available near by and the town has lovely cafes and restaurants.
Porthmadog is a bustling harbour town with access to Black Rocks beach only 5 minutes drive away. It is a great location point for exploring the Llyn Peninsula as well as the more mountainous regions in land. A great selection of cafes and restaurants are situated on the high street along with gift shops.
Pwllheli, is the main market town and unofficial capital of the Llyn Peninsula. The town is full of character with its narrow streets which have many independent shops, traditional pubs, cafes and restaurants. Its award winning marina is host to a number of sailing events.