Are you looking to organising a family holiday trip this Spring? If that’s true, then consider travelling to Wales this time around. Wales has plenty of popular holiday destinations which attract thousands of holidaymakers every year.
Wales is known for its tranquility and awe-inspiring natural attractions such as misty waterfalls, beautiful coastlines, rugged forests, calm lakes, amazing national parks, and stunning beaches.
Wales is also popular for its quirky wildlife, sparkling modern cities and picture-perfect towns. In short, Wales can offer you everything that you can imagine so you must consider it as your next holiday destination.
If you want to escape the bustling city life and spend some lovely moments with your family in the lap of nature, then Snowdonia is the perfect place for you. This beautiful region is in the north-west of Wales and it offers a wide range of popular tourist attractions.
For example, if you are an adventurer, you can climb Snowdon and explore its beauty to the fullest. It’s the highest mountain in Wales and very popular with hikers and walker’s alike. Whoever visits this region remembers it for a lifetime and the credit goes to its natural beauty.
You can also explore Snowdonia National Park and you will find solace in its tranquility. This national park is home to several beautiful villages like Beddgelert and Betws y Coed, perfect for day trips. The park also gives you the opportunity to explore Bala Lake -which is one of the largest lakes in the Wales.
Travel to The Town of Porthmadog
Apart from exploring mountains, national parks and stunning villages, you can also discover coastal towns like Porthmadog. This stunning coastal town is located in Wales’ Gwynedd region.
Whenever you visit this coastal town make sure that you book your stay in hotels like The Golden Fleece Inn – which offers all sorts of amenities. The best part of staying at hotels such as this is that it’s located in Tremadog, which is only 1 mile away from Porthmadog.
You can easily explore the Welsh Highland Railway as it’s conveniently located near. If you are a golf lover, you can also discover Porthmadog Golf Club, which was designed by James Braid and was established way back in 1905.
Discover the Italianate Village of Portmeirion
The Italian village of Portmeirion in North Wales’ Gwynedd region is famous for attracting thousands of tourists each year. The village which was constructed between 1925 and 1975 was designed by a famous British architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis.
This beautiful Italian style village is now looked after by a charitable trust. Because of its stunning beauty, this village has appeared in many TV shows over the years.
The village is just 1 mile away from the Minffordd railway station and you can visit it throughout the year.
You must visit Caernarfon Castle if you are planning a trip to north-west Wales. This stunning medieval fortress is located in Caernarfon, Wales.
Caernarfon is a royal town in Wales’ Gwynedd region and it’s worth exploring every inch. If you are among those people who love exploring architectural marvels, then you must visit take a day or two to explore the region.