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...A magical place, bounded to the south by the majesty of the mountains of mid-Wales, to the east by the rounded Clwydian hills, to the west the bold Irish sea and crowned to the north by the beautiful Isle of Anglesey...
.: The Isle of Anglesey
Set at the far north of Wales, the Isle of Anglesey is a special place, as your guide takes you across one of its bridges you can begin to discover it yourself. Bounded by 125 miles of fine coastline, it offers such a wealth of places to visit and things to do. Immerse yourself in thousands of years of history, ancient monuments to an island and its people, we can show you fine coastal walks or where to pamper yourself with fine dining and hotels. We can even show where you can tie your tongue in knots with longest place name in Britain!
.: Along the Coast to Clwyd
The coastal area is a place of huge contrasts, from bucket'n'spade beaches to the majestic castle at Conwy to some of the best shopping in Britain at Llandudno! Not forgetting the insight into the lives of some of Wales' oldest peoples at the Bronze age mines of the Great Orme.
Drift southwards through the rolling green that is the peaceful Clwydian hills to the breathtaking Vale of Llangollen, taking in the town of Llangollen itself, home of the annual international Eisteddfod, a colourful mecca for musicians and dancers from the world over.
Wandering our way back up the historic coaching route that is now a major road, we soon arrive at the rugged majesty of Snowdonia.
.: Snowdonia
Ground out by millennia of fire and ice, the mountains of Snowdonia are a rugged fortress between north and mid Wales. Much loved by the climbers and walkers that flock to its peaks and valleys it offers such a variety of activity to its many visitors.
The mountains may be its crowning glory, but in its valleys and towns you can find attractions as diverse as Bodnant Garden and its renowned Laburnum arch, the 'must-see' that is Caernarfon Castle, even an unforgettable journey inside the 'Electric Mountain', the huge hydro-electric power station carved into the heart of a mountain.
Don't forget to visit the secluded peace and beauty of Portmeirion, the Italianate village made famous in the TV show 'The Prisoner'

.: Postal Address: Cambrian Tour Guides

.: Phone: (+44)01248 470 655
Pandy Parc, Llandyfrydog. Llanerchymedd. Anglesey. LL71 8AR .: Mobile: (+44) 07790 511893
  .: e-mail: mail@cambriantourguides.co.uk