Gwynedd

Gwynedd is a local authority area in North Wales.

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Map of Gwynedd

  • 53.228-4.1281 Bangor – location of Penrhyn Castle, a National Trust mock-Norman edifice of the 19th century and The Spinnies, splendidly situated bird hides with the chance to see little egrets and kingfishers.
  • 52.911-3.5961 Bala (Welsh: Y Bala) — the glacial lake and surrounding mountains provides an excellent location for many activities.
  • 52.722-4.0551 Barmouth (Abermaw or Y Bermo) — seaside town with an 820 metre bridge offering stunning views of the Mawddach Estuary.
  • 52.994-3.9391 Blaenau Ffestiniog — old slate mining village, with opportunity to go down the slate caverns as well as ride a narrow-gauge railway.
  • 53.14-4.271 Caernarfon — impressive castle.
  • 52.743-3.8851 Dolgellau — small town at the foot of Cadair Idris.
  • 52.86-4.1051 Harlech — castle is a must visit, as long as you have a head for heights.
  • 52.927-4.1321 Porthmadog — take the narrow gauge train to Blaenau Ffestiniog
  • 52.887-4.4181 Pwllheli — traditional market-town of the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula

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