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11 picturesque places to visit in north wales

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May 1, 2017

The most picturesque places to explore in North Wales. Take a look at the collection of Instagram images around the breath taking North Wales region. Darwin Escapes has four locations along the North Wales Coastline, with two being holiday home ownership exclusive and two including ownership and family holiday homes to rent, you can explore this beautiful place at your own pace.

Here is a selection of Instagram images to help you get out and explore the region…

1. the lonely tree at llyn padarn

2. cwm idwal in ogwen valley

A photo posted by Huw (@huwtgriff) on Dec 30, 2016 at 2:17pm PST

3. penman point on angelsey

A photo posted by Lydia (@thefoodygirl) on Aug 27, 2016 at 2:09am PDT

4. llanddwyn island on angelsey

note: keep an eye out for the wild horses roaming on the island

A photo posted by Michal Tekel (@tekelphoto) on Dec 15, 2016 at 1:19am PST

5. menai bridge in bangor

6. llyn elsi in betws-y-coed


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I really lake this view after an early morning hike… I’d give it mounTEN out of ten ?? #lakeelsi #llynelsi #northwales #betwsycoed #lake

A post shared by Mary (@marysuffield) on Jun 4, 2018 at 4:12am PDT

6. conwy marina in conwy

Only a short 5 minute walk from Aberconwy Resort & Spa

7. abersoch harbour

A photo posted by Jo Foley (@jofoley7) on Jun 3, 2016 at 2:02pm PDT

8. porthdinllaen

9. bryn cader faner in harlech

10. snowdonia mountain range

A photo posted by Jake Turner (@byjaketurner) on Jan 1, 2017 at 12:59pm PST

11. lyn brenig

A photo posted by Sarah Twist (@sarahjtwist) on Dec 30, 2016 at 1:30pm PST

These Instagram images are the perfect start to help you exploring this vast, diverse and stunning region! With a choice of 4 locations, Talacre Beach Holiday Home Park, New Pines Holiday Home Park, Seaview Holiday Home Park and Aberconwy Resort & Spa all in North Wales, you will be spoiled for choice on accommodation while exploring North Wales!

Happy Adventuring Explorers!

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