The North Wales Llyn Peninsula has plenty to offer everyone - from the relaxing to more strenuous activities. The area still remains relatively unspoilt and much is as it was (preserved) at the turn of the 19th century.
Locally, in and around Criccieth & The Llyn Peninsula , whether you are in to sport, outdoor activities, relaxation or sightseeing there are a wide range of activities to satisfy. On this page we will point you in the right direction so you may explore for yourself just what the area has to offer!
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Attractions Within 8 Miles
- Ffestiniog Railway (1 Mile) The Ffestiniog Railway is the Oldest Independent Railway Company in the World
- Welsh Highland Railway (1.5 Miles) Information about the Welsh Highland Railway - Homepage includes events
- Portmeirion (2.5 Miles) Official Portmeirion Village website - A must visit local attraction
- Criccieth Castle (6 Miles) The Welsh castle at Criccieth is a marvelous sight to behold.
- Tŷ Newydd Writer's Centre (6 Miles) Tŷ Newydd is the National Writing Centre of Wales
- Bear Grylls Survival Academy (6.5 miles) Survival Challenge, based on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula
- Bron Eifion Fishing Lake (7 Miles) The 6 acre Coarse Lake is classed as a commercial fishery featured regularly on TV and in National Fishing Magazines
- Snowdonia National Park The authority homepage - With useful information about Snowdonia
- Sygun Copper Mine (11 Miles) Family attraction situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park - Open most of the year.
- Harlech Castle (10 Miles) A mighty castle superbly situated on a rocky crag
- Llechwedd Slate Caverns (13 Miles) Possibly the most popular visitor attraction in North Wales!
- Caernarfon Castle (17 Miles) Caernarfon Castle is a World Heritage Site
- Electric Mountain (23 Miles) One of the world's most imaginative engineering and environmental projects
- Pili Palas Butterfly World (26 miles) (Butterfly Palace). Hundreds of butterflies from all over the world can be seen here.
- Penrhyn Castle (30 Miles) This enormous neo-Norman castle sits between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait
- Beaumaris Castle (30 Miles) Begun in 1295, last and largest of the castles to be built by King Edward I in Wales
- Anglesey Sea Zoo (30 Miles) The Sea Zoo is an exhibition of living sealife from around the coast of Anglesey.
- Bodnant Garden (40 Miles) Bodnant Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK, spanning some 80 acres
- Colwyn Bay Zoo (45 Miles) Set in a lovely location here on the North Wales Coast
- Centre for Alternative Technology (45 Miles) A solutions driven organisation, offering practical solutions to environmental problems.