A visit to Redline Indoor Karting will lead to an exciting and thrilling experience as you race around the track. Click here

A visit to Glasfryn Park will please all members of the family. Click here

Visit Greenwood Forest Park for a packed day of activities and keep the adults happy as you learn about sustainability while you enjoy yourself.  Click here

North Wales' biggest Open Studio Event, invites you to visit artists at work in their studios this September.

Now in its fifth year, this free annual event is now spread right across North Wales with 125 studios taking part. It is a unique chance for visitors to experience this normally hidden world and get to chat to the artists and crafts people about their creative process.



We are centrally located between Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Llyn Penninsula, and you are truly spoilt for choice if you enjoy walking as you can choose between miles of coastal or mountain walks.

Have you ever walked up Snowdon – the highest mountain in England and Wales – to see some of the best scenery anywhere in the word?

Have you ever turned the corner on a coastal path and seen seals basking on the rocks?

All this and more is waiting for you ….

Walks in the Snowdonia National Park

Go4awalk in Snowdonia


There are a number of golf courses for golfers to enjoy, each located in beautiful surroundings.

Caernarfon Golf Course

Criccieth Golf Course

Pwllheli Golf Course

Gypsy Wood - click here

Zip Wire Bethesda - click here

Bounce Below Blaenau Ffestiniog - click here

Iron Age Forts – walk up to Tre’r Ceiri on the Rivals mountain range to see the remains of an Iron Age Fort.

The Romans – visit Segontium in Caernarfon to see what the area was like when the Romans came in 77AD and learn the tale of Emperor Maximus (Macsen Wledig) who fell in love with a local girl in his dreams and travelled from Rome to find her.

Castles – which one will you choose to visit? Caernarfon Castle and Conway Castle are two imposing reminders of the reign of Edward 1 while Criccieth Castle is much smaller and humbler. Harlech Castle reminds us of long ago uprisings.

Churches – always a mine of historical information. Visit St Beuno’s Church in Clynnog Fawr to see where the pilgrims stopped on their way to Bardsey Island, or visit the medieval church at Pistyll where you will find no electricity and straw on the floor.

Bardsey Island – take a boat trip from Pwllheli for a visit to Bardsey Island where twenty thousand saints are supposedly buried. Take a picnic and enjoy watching the seals in the bay.


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