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So much to see and do...

Full of legends, ruined castles and folklore the surrounding Snowdonia National Park offers the contrasts of mountain vistas with the romantic river valleys of the Dovey and Mawddach.

If you are a climber, rambler, golfer, fisherman or a pony trekker, you will relish in magnificent scenery, whilst the less energetic can relive the past on some of the country’s finest preserved working steam railways. As for beaches, Parc Caerelwan borders onto five expansive miles of sandy beaches a challenge to budding bucket and spade castle builder.

Above all, the difference is seen in the refreshing unspoilt nature of Parc Caerelwan and its traditional welsh origins.

Explore on foot, by road, by rail or by sea! You’re never too far away...

Barmouth

A seaside resort offering a whole range of entertainment and pleasure facilities, overlooking the broad expanse of the Mawddach Estuary and Cader Idris, Merionethshire’s famous mountain, 2,927ft high.

Dolgellau

This picturesque town at the head of the Mawddach Estuary is rich in souvenir shops, local crafts and antique dealers.

Harlech

Dominating the Merionethshire coast line, Harlech Castle perched high on a rocky outcrop, was the last castle to be held by the Royalists in the Civil War. Built by Edward 1 in 1283 the view of Snowdonia from the castle battlements is well worth the climb.Why not try the new climbing wall facility at the Leisure Centre? Visit: www.harlechclimbingwall.com

Blaenau Ffestiniog

Visit the noted slate mines or take a picnic on the picturesque Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway.

Portmeirion

Home of the famous TV series 'The Prisoner.' Designed and built by Clough Williams-Ellis in the style of an ornate Italian style village.

Ffestiniog railway Portmeirion Harlech Castle Tal-y-bont beach Mawddach Estuary On the top of Snowdon Cader Idris Snowdon view