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February – Dark Skies

Stargazing into the North Wales Skies! There are so many amazing things to see and do in North Wales, it’s hard to cram everything into daylight hours. But there’s plenty to experience after dark too. No we’re not talking nightclubs…

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May – Castles

Ruins of an old stone castle with towers against a clear sky, surrounded by an open grassy field.

North Wales Castles of the Coast and Countryside! Our region has some of the most well-preserved castles in Europe, and these, combined with the stunning scenery that surrounds them makes for a wonderful day out in North Wales. Most of…

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June – Watersports

Surf’s up with Funsport, Rhosneigr

Wales is a land of water, or ‘dwr’ as we call it in Welsh. With its numerous lakes, rivers, waterfalls and miles of coastline, our stunning landscape is shaped by its waterways and tides. When exploring the region by train,…

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August – Beaches

Porth Dafarch

If you’re planning to explore North Wales by train this summer, you’re in for a treat. With many of the region’s most popular tourist attractions within easy reach by train you might be surprised to learn that several of our…

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September – Gardens

Bodnant Garden, Conwy Valley

With long, hot summer days giving way to something more balmy, it’s the ideal time to visit one of North Wales’s award-winning gardens. It’s slightly cooler but the days are still long, giving you plenty of time to explore and…

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October – Halloween

Ghosts and spooky tales of the North Wales Coast Line! As it’s that time of year again we thought it would be seasonally spooky to uncover some of the ghostly goings-on you might encounter travelling on the North Wales Coast…

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