AN OASIS OF CALM AND BEAUTY IN THE HEART OF SNOWDONIA
Set within the heart of Snowdonia National Park, the Conwy Valley enjoys one of the most breathtaking positions imaginable in the UK.
Located only a short drive from the sea and yet just minutes from the stunning Snowdonia peaks, it is little wonder Conwy Valley attracts so many visitors each year.
Well established as a holiday destination for generations, this oasis of calm in North Wales offers impressive scenery and a wide
range of leisure facilities making it a magnet for the discerning and adventurous holiday maker.
Nearby, the picturesque town of Llandudno – known as the Queen of Welsh Resorts – is one of the UK’s finest traditional seaside
resorts and the largest in Wales attracting thousands of tourists every year.
An area of outstanding natural beauty, Llandudno was this year voted the best seaside resort to visit in the UK by Trip Advisor.
It is situated between two beaches making it the perfect spot for relaxing breaks, family days out, a walk on the pier or a day
Outdoor pursuits are well catered for in the Conwy Valley with a choice of mountain biking, white water rafting, high ropes,
canoeing, horse riding and incredible scenic walks.
While for those who prefer the water, the Irish Sea provides exhilarating surfing, sailing and boating opportunities with marinas at Deganwy, Conwy and Holyhead on Anglesey.
There is also the recently opened Surf Snowdonia at Dolgarrog, a fantastic new manmade surf centre, and Zipworld at Llanberis
which is the largest zip zone in Europe.
At the centre of it all, is the World Heritage Site of Conwy, a popular town with its imposing 13th century medieval castle, set
against the dramatic backdrop of the Snowdonia skyline.
Aside from its cultural attractions, Conwy Valley’s stunning position make it the perfect base to bask in the beauty of North
Wales, explore the rugged mountains, rivers, lakes and forests of Snowdonia National Park or simply lay back and bask in the
beauty of it all.