Snowdonia is home to the largest proportion of Welsh speakers in Wales, the unique Snowdon Lily, and an astonishing 1,497 miles of public footpath. It’s certainly an area worth exploring.
While it’s renowned for its lofty mountains and incredible natural beauty, Snowdonia also provides a wealth of cultural, historical and gastronomic delights ready for you to discover. Whether you wish to embrace adventure, or a scrumptious plate of traditional Welsh teacakes, you’re in for a treat.
Visit Snowdonia on a small group tour and immerse yourself in the beating heart of Welsh culture.
Population: 25, 482 | Highest Mountain: Snowdon, 1085m | Languages: English, Welsh | Name in Welsh: Eryri
All over the land of Eryri, tales are told of King Arthur, Merlin, the mighty Excalibur, and the Knights of the Round Table.
When an entire national park is named after its highest peak, you know it must be spectacular. Gaze up at the towering form of Snowdon and hear the captivating tale behind its name.
You don’t have to climb a mountain to uncover Snowdonia’s stunning landscape. From glassy lakes to rolling valleys; the scenery is varied, unique and spellbinding.
Explore quaint coastal villages and towns surrounded by magnificent peaks. Settle yourself with a slice of Bara Brith and listen to the mesmerising sound of locals speaking Welsh.
Travel the local way on small group tours of 16 people or less
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