There are so many reasons why North Wales is a hub of tourism that draws people in time after time. Those who are after a rich sense of heritage, gorgeous scenery and a great social occasion are never disappointed during their travels. When you stay at West Point holiday parks North Wales, there is plenty to do and see in the region and here is just a small collection of what you can get up to.
A behemoth of the Welsh landscape, this natural beauty attracts more than its fair share of visitors with it being the biggest mountain in Britain.
If you have your hiking boots on, you can enjoy some brilliant views and even be part of a group as you ascend to the tremendous peak. The most breath-taking view awaits you when you reach the summit and it is absolutely worth all the effort to get there!
Going Up the Great Orme
A truly outstanding view of Llandudno and its coast is available to those who climb these iconic headlands.
Look on at the Queen of Welsh Resorts after you travel either by foot or one of the jaw-dropping cable car rides which is class entertainment on its own! Many people climb the heights each year and there’s plenty of fascinating information located at the Great Orme Bronze Age Copper Mine for your interest.
Taking a Dip
The seaside is prominent wherever you go in North Wales and you’re never more than a stone’s throw away from iconic sands.
Any time of year, you can enjoy a lovely view of the coast or during hotter climes, you can bring out a blanket and soak up the sun. With Tynwyn being of particularly high regard, you should look no further for a relaxing time during your stay.
Explore the Architecture
The region proudly boasts some of the most brilliantly preserved buildings in all of Britain with particular attention being lavished on its amazing castles.
Whether you’re in Caernarfon, Conwy or anywhere else lucky enough to host a fort of times gone by, you can lose yourself in the history very easily. There’s something for everyone to enjoy whichever man made wonder you opt for.
Enjoy the Nightlife
If you fancy a hectic, exciting night out or would just like to try a refined tipple in one of the many great rural pubs, a fantastic time awaits you in North Wales.
Whatever your age, there’s many a club for you to go to with plenty of people partying on the weekend. Want a quiet drink instead? There’s an array of traditional pubs to take your interest with special praise going to The Albion located in Conwy, a real favourite on TripAdvisor.
As you can see, there’s plenty of excitement to be had in the region whatever time of year. Come rain or shine, the beauty of North Wales never disappoints.