It’s the incredible variety of terrain that draws so many hikers and climbers to the park, from the swooping sea cliffs and sandy beaches along the Llyn Peninsula (a protected ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’) to the 90 peaks, 15 of which reach heights of over 900 meters. Mountain biking in the valleys and bird-watching along the estuaries are also popular activities, and many of the park’s pretty Welsh-speaking villages, including Barmouth and Betws-y-Coed, host annual walking festivals in the autumn.
Tours & Tickets
Escape busy London on a 5-day small-group tour to North Wales and the heart of England! Visit Stratford-upon-Avon to trace the footsteps of William ... Read more
Location: London, United Kingdom
Duration: 5 days (approx.)