Day trip ideas in beautiful North Wales8th May
With North Wales braced for the hottest date of the year, now is the perfect time to take a day trip to beautiful North Wales.
Experts are predicting record highs for 2023. With the extra bank holiday and the nation in a mood for celebration post-coronation, why not enjoy the varied coast, mountains, and rugged landscape as well as the many amazing attractions, eateries, and pubs the region has to offer.
The Eryri Snowdonia 360 guides you along a spectacular 360-mile route through the best things to do in Snowdonia, Anglesey, Llŷn Peninsula, and the North Wales Coast. There are many different ways to explore this diverse corner of Wales, so don’t forget your walking boots, wetsuit, and bike too!
North West Wales is increasingly being recognised as the adventure capital of Europe and there is fun to be had and attractions to suit any age, such as those seeking a high-octane thrill from Zip World to Adventure Parc Snowdonia, Plas Menai, and more! Equally North Wales is perfect for families and young children with an abundance of days out including the Welsh Mountain Zoo, Anglesey Sea Zoo, Greenwood Family Park, and Glasfryn Parc.
Now formally a UNESCO World Heritage Site, historical aficionados are spoilt for choice with castles and historical sites peppered across the rugged landscapes whilst team train enthusiasts can journey along several tracks covering the four corners of the region, taking in the many stunning scenes and sites.
Whatever your interest, love, or passion, you’re sure to find it here. Take a look at the Eryri Snowdonia 360 map and plan your perfect day on the hottest day of the year so far!