| ||Noord-Wales (o.a. Snowdonia, Anglesey, Llangollen)|
Northwest Wales is home to Snowdonia National Park and of course, Snowdon itself, the highest mountain in Wales and England. As well as stunning scenery, the area is rich in culture and history and home to the World Heritage castles of Edward I at Caernarfon, Conwy and Beaumaris. There are miles of coastline and sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs and glorious estuaries. On the Lleyn Peninsula, a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Abersoch is a popular resort and watersports centre, while Llanbedrog, a pretty seaside village with a superb beach, has possibly the most photographed line of beach huts in Wales! The Isle of Anglesey is easily accessible; it's unique with fabulous beaches and plenty of attractions for family holidays.