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Snowdonia

So although this one isn’t an unknown hidden gem, there’s plenty of it to be explored which is lesser-known and virtually unexplored. Places like the hidden beaches of the Llyn Peninsula, the exotic plant life of Parc Glynllifon and the “Island of 20,000 Saints”, Bardsey Island. Snowdonia is such a massive area of natural beauty, that there’s plenty of hidden gems to explore, more than what we’ve listed here!

Bodnant Garden, Tal-y-Cafn

Created over 150 years, with plants collected and brought to Britain from all over the world, this haven of rarity and beauty with a stunning backdrop of the Carneddau mountains of Snowdonia is a spectacle to see, and a great place to discover more about different types of plants that grow and thrive around the world!

Pistyll Rhaeadr, Berwyn Mountains

Pistyll Rhaeadr is an enchanting waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains, just inside Wales, West of Oswestry and Shrewsbury. It’s a great place to explore the Berwyn Mountains and surrounding hills, with many walks to suit a variety of walkers, not matter what your experience or fitness levels are!

Moel Famau, Clwydian Range

The hill itself and the country park is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and the peak of the hill offers some fantastic views. Sitting proudly on the very top of Moel Famau is the Jubilee Tower, which was built in 1810 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of George III.

Llanberis Lake Railway, Caernarfon

Are you a fan of trains? Head to Llanberis Lake Railway, where you can explore and admire the beautiful trains whilst discovering more of Snowdon without having to walk! These little steam engines take you on a five-mile return journey alongside Lake Padarn, right in the heart of Snowdonia, giving stunning views of Snowdon and the surrounding areas.

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Wales is a beautiful place to visit, but if you want to experience the natural beauty, there’s no better place than North Wales. From the World Heritage sites of Conwy and Caernarfon to the unspoiled landscapes of Betws-y-Coed and Snowdonia – the highest peak in England and Wales, there is plenty to see and do. So we’ve included a few hidden gems that you might not know about that you can go explore whilst visiting.

Snowdonia

So although this one isn’t an unknown hidden gem, there’s plenty of it to be explored which is lesser-known and virtually unexplored. Places like the hidden beaches of the Llyn Peninsula, the exotic plant life of Parc Glynllifon and the “Island of 20,000 Saints”, Bardsey Island. Snowdonia is such a massive area of natural beauty, that there’s plenty of hidden gems to explore, more than what we’ve listed here!

Bodnant Garden, Tal-y-Cafn

Created over 150 years, with plants collected and brought to Britain from all over the world, this haven of rarity and beauty with a stunning backdrop of the Carneddau mountains of Snowdonia is a spectacle to see, and a great place to discover more about different types of plants that grow and thrive around the world!

Pistyll Rhaeadr, Berwyn Mountains

Pistyll Rhaeadr is an enchanting waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains, just inside Wales, West of Oswestry and Shrewsbury. It’s a great place to explore the Berwyn Mountains and surrounding hills, with many walks to suit a variety of walkers, not matter what your experience or fitness levels are!

Moel Famau, Clwydian Range

The hill itself and the country park is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and the peak of the hill offers some fantastic views. Sitting proudly on the very top of Moel Famau is the Jubilee Tower, which was built in 1810 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of George III.

Llanberis Lake Railway, Caernarfon

Are you a fan of trains? Head to Llanberis Lake Railway, where you can explore and admire the beautiful trains whilst discovering more of Snowdon without having to walk! These little steam engines take you on a five-mile return journey alongside Lake Padarn, right in the heart of Snowdonia, giving stunning views of Snowdon and the surrounding areas.