In North Wales, the turbulent history is expressed in ancient stone tombs, mighty castles and mansions. In a setting of wild mountains, valleys, countryside, heathlands and a beautiful coastal area. The diverse landscape makes North Wales an attractive destination to stay in one of the Belvilla holiday homes.
North Wales is a place to discover for nature lovers. From the beautiful coast and the rolling East, to the impressive Snowdonia National Park, the largest national park. Explore this vast nature reserve that has been declared an Area of Outstanding Beauty from your holiday home near Snowdonia. You will find a diverse landscape with rugged mountains (the highest peak is 1085 meters), lakes, rivers, forests and even sandy beaches, because this area extends to the coast. The Snowdon Mountain Railway takes you to the top for a spectacular mountain ride.
A good way to explore Wales' beautiful countryside is by steam train. The Cambrian Coast Railway, for example, runs along the coast and offers fantastic views. Fun for children too! We recommend a boat trip along the coast, who knows, you might see dolphins and seals! Spectacular golf can be played at the Nefyn Golf Club, on the Llŷn peninsula. This 18 hole course is beautifully situated by the sea. In short, plenty to see and do from your holiday home in North Wales.
At Belvilla, there 30+ houses to choose from in North Wales.
Cambrian Coast Railway, Nefyn Golf Club, Snowdon Mountain Railway and Snowdonia National Park are some of the places to visit in North Wales.
Some of the must-try activities in North Wales are:
Some of the recommended dishes in North Wales are Traditional Welshcakes, Welsh Rarebit, Laverbread, Halen Môn - Anglesey Sea Salt, and Welsh Cheese.
From June to September, it is ideal to visit North Wales.