Close to Presthaven Sands holiday park you will find some great places to visit, for some great days out.
Located close to Colwyn Bay in Conwy County, Wales. A large range of animals from all over the world. With panoramic views over the bay this makes a great day out for all the family.
Take a walk through tunnels mined out over 3,500 years ago that our prehistoric ancestors carved out of solid rock. Experience what it would be like to be a miner in olden times.
Built between 1283 and 1289 by King Edward I and has the most intact set of medieval royal apartments in Wales. You can walk all around the battlements, and is one of the very best castles in Europe.
An island just off the coast reached by 2 road bridges, offering a range of activities including walking, beaches, golf, nature, cycling and much more
Talacre Beach has miles of golden sand backed by dunes. With its own light house called Point of Ayr which dates back to 1776 and stands 18 meters high and is said to be haunted.
Llanberis Lake Railway
A narrow gauge heritage railway that runs for 5 miles along the northern shore of Llyn Padarn in North Wales and takes around 60mins. With views of the 13th century Dolbadarn Castle and stunning views of Snowdon.
Anglesey Sea Zoo
With around 40 tanks and displays of over 150 species you will not be short of things to do. See 1 tonne of water dumped down the tank every 30 secs.
Pwllheli has some fine beaches and is also a busy market town with a popular sailing and watersports centre. Access to the beach is steep, car park and public toilets.
Largest seaside resort in Wales, with 2 beaches, North Shore and West Shore.
Llandudno also has an award winning pier, lots to do for all the family.
Created by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1976 and is one of Wales' premier visitor attractions. With a large range of shops and cafes. The Prisoner was filmed here in 1966.
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