Awe-inspiring National Park
Visit 3 UNESCO world heritage sites
Wales's most spectacular castles
Learn welsh culture, heritage and history



Stories & tales of myths and dragons
Be the king of your own castle
Learn some welsh language
Take home some welsh crafts

Day 1

  • Start at the jewel of welsh seaside resorts and see the beautiful bay of Llandudno and its Victorian heritage of architecture
  • Drive the Great Orme Road, the longest of its kind in the UK, in search of the world famous Kashmiri Goats, showcasing spectacular cliffs, wildlife, and elevated views out to the Irish Sea and Anglesey.
  • Amble the ancient and medieval castle town of Conwy to view the castle’s domineering and towering walls, whose magnificent towers stand tall over the beautiful estuary.
  • Amaze yourself by Britain’s finest town house of the golden Elizabethan age. Plas Mawr reigns supreme as a historic house visit
  • Marvel at this little gem set upon the bank of the estuary and built into the castle walls is Great Britain’s smallest house. With arms outstretched, you can touch either side.
  • Unrivalled awe-inspiring Snowdonia National Park and its spectacular rugged landscaped driving routes. Stop at viewpoints, witnessing great lakes, valleys, rivers and views of Mount Snowdonia Summit and surrounding foothills
  • Breath-taking Llanberis and Padarn Park National Slate Museum is set within some of the most spectacular scenery in North Wales . Slate industry was one of the main economic motors of Wales. Step back in time and immerse yourself in a variety of talks and demonstrations to give you a real insight into the hardships of past quarry life.
  • Quest to spectacular setting of Dolbadarn Castle ruins through forest to the gateway of Snowdonia to learn about its fascinating past.
  • Astound yourself by Caernarfon and its immense castle fortress. Oozing brute strength on the shores of the captivating Menai. Surely the most impressive of Wales’s castles, and worthy of its World Heritage status

Day 2

  • Majestic Penrhyn Castle. Step back in time in the medieval fortified manor house. This building is spectacular both inside and out with its grandeur rooms and wonderful gardens.
  • Awe-inspiring Meni Suspension Bridge. The bridge was the biggest in the world of its time and was completed in 1826 and is a Grade I listed structure
  • Tranquil Church Island stroll. Beautiful views of the Menai Suspension and Britania Bridge. The walk to St Tysilio’s Church Island is filled with spectacular scenery and wildlife.
  • Charming Beaumaris – A mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture within one village. Picturesque soft pastel coloured cottages surrounding its ancient castle.
  • Peaceful Penmon Point and Priory. Beautiful views out beyond the lighthouse and the Priory historic buildings from the 6th century, including a dovecote (A bird box on a truly epic scale)
  • Archaeological mystery of Bryn Celli Ddu burial chamber. Anglesey Island’s most important prehistoric site.
  • Intrigued by Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch, once thought to be the village with the longest name in the world. The village however still does boast some records.