Snowdonia Wales 

Mount Snowdon

The Snowdonia National Park is expansive, and the associated coastal areas are too. Snowdonia itself is larger than the National Park, including a coastline that stretches for 200 miles. Dubbed a land of contrasts, the park and nearby areas include impressive mountainous peaks (with views to match), Sahara-like sand at the Black Rock Sands, and even the odd castle. Mount Snowdon is the main attraction in the Snowdonia National Park. Known as Yr Wyddfa in Welsh, it is 1,085 metres above sea level and is the highest mountain in the…

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Bangor Wales 


Bangor is in every sense a true university town, although it has city status it does have the claim to fame of being the smallest city in the whole of the United Kingdom. This wonderful little city is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty between the majestic Snowdonia Mountains and the sea. The city of Bangor is perched right by the side of the Menai Strait, the body of tidal water that separates the Isle of Anglesey from Bangor and the rest of the Welsh Mainland.   The…

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