Web Design North Wales Tourist Attractions

We like to think that we are web design North Wales Tourist Attractions experts! North Wales is an area with many offerings for tourists. Here at Greensplash Web Design North Wales, we have chosen our top 5 tourist attractions:

Web Design North Wales Tourist North Wales – Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle is a medieval fortification in Conwy, North Wales on the north coast of Wales. It was built by Edward I, during his conquest of Wales, between 1283 and 1289. Constructed as part of a wider project to create the walled town of Conwy, the combined defences cost around £15,000, a huge sum for the period. Wikipedia
You can visit Conwy Castle here: Rose Hill St, Conwy, North Wales LL32 8AY

Web Design North Wales Tourist North Wales – Ogwen Valley

Dyffryn Ogwen, or Ogwen Valley, is a valley mostly located in the Welsh county of Gwynedd. The upper section of the valley, east of Llyn Ogwen lies in the county of Conwy, North Wales. Wikipedia

Betws-y-Coed, North Wales LL24 0EU

Web Design North Wales Tourist North Wales – Zip World

Penrhyn Slate Quarry, located near Bethesda in North Wales, is home to Zip World Velocity 2, the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe.  Enjoy the view of zippers flying by from the Blondin Restaurant, experience the Penrhyn Quarry Tour on one of our famous red trucks, or take on Velocity 2 itself!  

Zip World Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda, North Wales LL57 4YG

Web Design North Wales Tourist Attractions – Portmeirions Little Italy

Built over decades from the 1920s, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis designed this utterly unique village on a corner of Italy, built in homage to the spirit of the Mediterranean. Portmeirion’s maze of elaborate villas, scattered domes and neatly-placed squares are set within gardens and an encompassing area of unbeatable natural beauty. Discover this unusual hidden secret.  – Source – Visit Wales

Minffordd, Portmeirion LL48 6ER, North Wales

Web Design North Wales Tourist Attractions – Steam Train Journeys

Choose from seven main stations and six stopping points between the coasts of Caernarfon and Porthmadog in the Snowdonia National Park. A restoration of the legendary Welsh Highland Railway which closed during the 1930s, there are chances to travel in open carriages, take a stroll or head off along cycle paths.  Source – Visit Wales

We hope you have enjoyed our little guide and will consequently go an visit.

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