Holiday in North Wales

Holiday in North Wales

If you are thinking of taking a holiday in North Wales you will find that every corner of the region has something to offer whatever it is you enjoy for relaxation.

You will find some of the best beaches in the UK with many blue flag beaches stretching along the coastline, including the North Shore of Llandudno. You can find large beaches ideal for watersports such as Llanfairfechan or Colwyn Bay and even the west shore beach at Llandudno has some of the best conditions to enjoy, Sail boarding when the tide is in and Land yachting sands when it is out.

yachts sailing infront of a rocky headland in calm waters

Some of the most beautiful coastlines can be seen best when taking part in watersports in North Wales

There are also some of the best cliffs around the coast on offer within the region, with parts of Anglesey, the Lleyn Peninsula and the Great Orme at Llandudno offering a mix of Granite and Limestone cliffs from which views across the Irish sea can be found while walking, climbing or even bird spotting along the cliffs.

But there is so much more to enjoy about North Wales than just its spectacular beaches and coasts as while relaxing on the beach you cannot fail to see the imposing landscapes of the Carneddau mountains and Snowdonia drawing you in to experience some of the most dramatic scenery available in Britain. There are roads that lead you to enjoy the scenery at ease, or paths that can provide the trail for you to discover your own beauty spot or even trains that can whisk you through this dramatic landscape in comfort.

But if its action and adventure you crave, we have it all here in the region, from Motor racing circuits to underground cave explorations, relaxing boat trips around the Great Orme or to puffin island to high speed rib rides up the menai straits or white water rafting in dramatic scenery , walking on the beautiful Wales Coastal path to striding up to the summit of Snowdon or many of her neighbouring peaks, cycling along the cycle paths around the area or experiencing the extreme mountain biking trails in many of the locations of the region, all of which are accessible by public transport and road network.

If it’s the history of Wales you want to experience then North Wales has a huge variety of  historic remains from the Bronze age copper mine found on the Great Orme in Llandudno to ancient burial mounds on the Isle of Anglesey and medieval castles all around the coast commanding dramatic views of the surroundings. These provide a magical experience for the youngsters and informative discoveries for the adults at the same time.

Mountains in the distance visible from the beach

A typical view of mountains from one of the many beautiful beaches of North wales

But no visit to Wales would be complete without experiencing the true culture of the people and communities of Wales and one of the best ways to do this is to book a place on one of the guided tours provided by Celticos as these will provide you with a unique way to enjoy Wales. And don’t forget to visit St Johns church in Llandudno when one of the local Male Voice choirs are giving a concert as choirs such as Cor Meibion Colwyn Bay provide an unrivalled sound deep from the heart of the history of Wales.

Whatever you choose to do you can be assured of a Holiday full of memories and joy.

a beautiful sunset with the headland of the Great Orme and the Pier of llandudno silhouetted

A beautiful evenings sunset in llandudno