North Wales is easily accessible from Chester. The A55 dual carriageway follows the north coast of Wales to The Isle of Anglesey and Holyhead. There are so many places to stop and visit you are spoilt for choice! We have listed below a few of the popular tourist stops in North Wales.
Conwy Half Marathon
Sunday 22 November 2015
Voted in the top 5 most scenic Half Marathons in the UK by readers of Runners World. Starts and finishes on Conwy Quayside in front of the 700+ year old Conwy Castle. more..
Bangor Victorian Pier
Bangor includes a range of shops, cinema, theatre, university. Bangor has a Victorian Pier which was built in 1896 which has been restored in the 1980’s. It stretches into the Menai Straits and is surrounded by traditional pubs and restaurants.
Castles In North Wales
(above) The Menai Suspension Bridge. Thomas Telford designed the Menai Bridge, the first ever link between Anglesey and Mainland Wales.
Anglesey has some beautiful award winning beaches to explore!
The village of Portmeirion with it's beautiful coloured houses, a famous film set of the 'Prisoner' TV series.
Learn to sail in North Wales, also canoeing, windsurfing, yachting, and climbing!
Travel by steam train from Caernarfon to the heart of Snowdonia.
Outdoor Adventure for the whole family.