Monthly Archives: June 2018

North Wales coastline

The coastline of North Wales is littered with sprawling seaside resorts, quaint fishing villages and geological features. For generations it has been one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK. From Conwy, encircled by 13th century castle walls and medieval architecture, to Llandudno, the largest seaside resort in Wales, and to the Isle…
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The River Dee

Flowing through Corwen is the River Dee. Originating from its source in Snowdonia, the river flows 70 miles east to Chester before it finally deposits in the Wirral peninsula. The Dee has previously held historical significance as the boundary of the Kingdom of Gwynedd for 700 years from the 5th century. Today, the River Dee…
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Corwen

The quaint Welsh town of Corwen is a close-knit community with a population of just under 2,400. Situated on the River Dee, within the Berwyn Mountains and surrounded by farmland, Corwen is an ideal location from where to relax and take in the peace and quiet, yet close enough to some fantastic days trips and…
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