Hafan y Mor is close to beaches, skylines, castles, railways, lakes and lively resorts of North Wales.
Criccieth Castle - standing on its headland between two beaches, is a prominent North Wales landmark..
Harlech Castle - Edward’s tried and tested ‘walls within walls’ model was put together in super-fast time between 1283 and 1295.
Portmeirion village - is located just outside the Snowdonia National Park boundary in North Wales.
Pwllheli Funland - is a popular tourist attraction located in the centre of Pwllheli, directly adjacent to the Maes.
Anglesey Sea Zoo - is a unique aquarium with over 40 tanks displaying the best of British marine wildlife!
Chester Zoo - is home to over 21,000 endangered and exotic animals based in beautiful, award-winning gardens.
Caernarfon Castle - Edward I wasn’t messing around when he built this polygonal 13th century castle on a former Roman fort.
Glasfryn Parc - Experience a fun-packed family day out with karting, bowling, quad-biking, fishing, archery and a soft play area.
Gypsy Wood Park - come and meet the friendly animals, take a ride on Woody’s Train, try your hand at one of our family games, run wild in our outdoor play areas.
Snowdonia National Park North Wales - most likely the best mountain ranges in the UK. A small railway will take you to the top of Snowdon. Home to over 25,000 people, half of which speak Welsh as a first language.
Sygun Copper Mine - explore tunnels and even try gold-panning in the heart of Snowdonia National Park.
Zip World - experience Europe's longest zip lines or our massive underground trampolines & high-rope cavern adventures.
The Welsh Highland Heritage Railway - runs from Caernarfon down to Porthmadog, an impressive 25 miles, making it the UK’s longest heritage railway. Staring from Porthmadog (WHHR) Station, just across the road from Porthmadog’s main line (Cambrian Coast) railway station, and gets back in about an hour. It is hauled by a steam locomotive, when available.
Great Orme Mines - known as the largest prehistoric copper mine of its kind the Great Orme Mines date from during the Bronze Age using the most basic of equipment. Copper was mined here for many years until around the 19th-century. When bone tools and stone hammers have been found here, now open to the public and makes for some great outdoor fun.