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Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia's coastline is a Special Area of Conservation, which runs from the Llŷn Peninsula down the mid-Wales coast, the latter containing fabulous sand dune systems. People who visit the Welsh countryside will be amazed by the great Welsh outdoors. Here are a few guidelines about how to enjoy a holiday in Snowdonia.

Activities in Snowdonia

The biggest country park in Wales is Snowdonia. There are many activities to pursue in Snowdonia, including visiting the following:

If anyone is seeking a vacation or maybe a break, then they will find all that is needed here. The Wales Coast Path covers 870 miles, and there are many great harbours, beaches and inlets along the route.

There are many things to do in Snowdonia including food, walking, golf, cycling, fishing, and visiting historic railways in the area.

There are more than 150 interesting activities to be found in the Snowdonia and Coastal area; there are many choices to add to a wish list when visiting or exploring the region
There is family fun such as visiting Glasfryn Park, Anglesey Boat Trips, The National White Water Centre, Arts and Crafts centres and shopping such as at The Trefwiv Woolen Centre.

Other activities include the Wales Walking Centre, the Coed y Brenin Forest Park, the Porthmadog Maritime Museum and the Beacon Climbing Centre
In Snowdonia, one can find sandwiches, soup, filled ciabatta, and beefburgers but tourists will also discover a traditional Welsh dish of pot roasted Welsh lamb with garlic and rosemary.
Visit Snowdonia where there is something for everyone.