The most beautiful villages in Wales

Conwy
Welsh It is a small and cozy country. Of course, what we like most about this constitutive nation of the United Kingdom is that it is very multifaceted, offering more than 600 castles, 3 national parks and many corners that are worth discovering. Its interesting landscapes deserve a special mention, being able to find from snow-capped peaks to wild coastline.

If you have the opportunity to visit Wales, we recommend you enjoy the dynamic atmosphere of the cities and, especially, Cardiff, the capital. In addition, you can not miss its valleys and villages. To make it easier for you to choose, today we want to talk to you about some of the towns most beautiful in the nation. Of course, we apologize in advance for all those who have not included in the list and deserve to be on it. Do you want to join us?

Conwy

Conwy1
First of all, we want to talk about Conwy, a town protected by gigantic walls that above all surprises for its spectacular castle, considered a World Heritage Site by the Unesco. On the other hand, you should know that here is the smallest house in Great Britain.


Portmeirion

Portmeirion
We also want to talk about Portmeirion, a villa built in style Italian which has a very original appearance. For this reason, the town has been chosen as the setting for different filming, such as the television series "The Prisoner". It is important to note that, screened by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, Portmeirion has become a major Welsh destination.

Beaumaris

Beaumaris
Facing the waters of the Menai Strait we find Beaumaris, a small fishing village that houses beautiful colored houses and a castle built by Edward I of England, among other buildings of interest.

Hay-on-Wye

Hay-on-Wye
Another town worth discovering, especially if you're a book lover, is Hay-on Wye. And it is that here you can find numerous shops of books used. Even books can be found on the same street. In addition, nearby there is a 12th century castle.


Llandudno

Llandudno
Very close to Cowny we find Landudno, a town washed by the waters of the Irish Sea. Its promenade stands out, which is full of walkways, Victorian houses and hotels. In addition, you should know that in its streets there are statues inspired by "Alice in Wonderland", since here the family of Alice Liddell, the young woman who inspired the writer C.S. Lewis.

Aberdify

Aberdify
We also want to talk about Aberdyfi, a coastal town that offers dunes, Beaches and marinas. In fact, many tourists come to this area of ​​the Welsh coast to enjoy its quality sandbanks.

Bets-y-Coed

Bets-y-Coed
How could it be otherwise, we are also going to talk about Bets-y-Coed, one of the entrance doors to Snowdonia, one of the most beautiful natural parks in Britain. In this town you will find charming stone houses and bridges that go around the streams.


Chepstow

Chepstow
Another town we want to mention is Chepstow, which is located on the border with England. Above all, it surprises for its castle, the oldest surviving stone in the UK. In addition, we want to highlight the racecourse, where the Great National of Wales is held.

Beddgelert

Beddgelert
In Northwest Wales, in the Snowdonia region, we find Beddgelert, a town famous for its name, which comes from the legendary dog Gelert from the fairy tale of LLewellyn and her dog Gelert. In fact, a grave under a tree is one of the main attractions of the place.

Llanfair PG

Llanfair-PG
Finally, we want to talk about Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. Yes! You read correctly! It is the most common place name long of the United Kingdom and the third longest on the planet. Of course, it is also known as Llanfair PG. Although above all it stands out for its name, the town is home to attractions such as the Marquis of Anglesey column.

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