Visiting North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park


Everyone needs a good holiday from time to time. It’s a chance to relax, unwind and leave any worries you may have at home. For those who have found a favourite holiday location along the way their travels, a holiday home can be the perfect investment.

Caravan parks in Snowdonia are the ideal location for those looking for a tranquil and picturesque area to have their holiday home. If you haven’t visited the area before, you’re in for a treat.

Snowdonia is full of fantastic natural wonders – mountains, valleys, beaches and woodlands are just a few of its varied and beautiful environments waiting to be discovered by guests of the national park.

Snowdonia alone sees over 6 million visitors a year, a number which is steadily increasing. It’s also home to Wales’ tallest mountain. Snowdon, which stands at 1,085m tall. It’s known for being a mountain that can be completed by a range of fitness levels, thanks to its well-defined trails which have varying difficulty levels.

The whole area is popular with those seeking walking or adventure holidays, but there are plenty of areas within Snowdonia to relax and enjoy the tranquillity if your holiday time is dedicated exclusively to some well needed rest and recuperation.

However, if you will be looking to get outside and try some activities whilst you’re in the national park, you won’t have to look far. Whether you fancy trying zip lining, boat rides, surfing or horse riding, you can find all of these and more - all within a fairly short distance of each other.

North Wales is also a region that’s very proud of its culture and heritage. You’ll find that a number of events occur throughout the year here; including days such as the Victorian extravaganza, regular local produce markets and jam-packed food & drink festivals.

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