There are so many attractions and things to do in Snowdonia, an Area of protected spectacular outstanding scenic and natural beauty:

Walking / Rambling

Many walks and rambling courses including the Welsh Coastal Path (870 miles) around entire coast, Barmouth walking festival from beginner to advanced, Snowdonia National Park with hundreds of public footpaths.

Eat & Drink

Numerous places to eat and drink – catering for all tastes including Bistro Bermo in Barmouth, Tony’s Italian in Talybont, Last Inn in Barmouth and Ael y Bryn in Dyffryn Ardudwy.

Mountain biking (Coed-y-Brenin open all year round) and Cycling

Mountain biking and cycling in Coed y Brenin forest park and the Mawddach trail.

National Trust coastline, houses, castles and gardens

National Trust houses and gardens including the beautiful Bodnant gardens in Tal-y-cafn.
Many castles including the famous Caernarfon castle, Harlech, Criccieth, Penrhyn and Powys.

Golf

Golf courses the renown Royal St David’s, vale of Llangollen and Conwy Golf club.

Bird Watching

For bird watching, visity the Osprey centre Glaslyn in Porthmadog, red kite feeding at Gigrin farm and various RSPB centres.

Railways

Steam and miniature railways including Ffestiniog, Welsh Highland, Talyllyn and Llangollen.

Outdoors

Adventure and outdoor activities including Zip Wire World and Bounce Below in Blaenau Ffestiniog and the new Surf Centre in Dolgarrog.

Places of Interest

General places of interest include Mount Snowdon, Portmeirion where they filmed the cult programme The Prisonor, Electric Mountain, King Arthur’s labyrinth, Sygun Copper mines, Inigo Jones slate mines, many blue flag beaches, Bala Lake and Lake Vyrnwy.