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Castles

A - Aberystwyth Castle
B - Bodelwyddan Castle
C - Caernarfon Castle
D - Dolwyddelan Castle
E - Caerphilly Castle
F - Dinefwr Park & Castle
G - Laugharne Castle
H - Harlech Castle
I - Cardiff Castle
J - Rhuddlan Castle
K - Kidwelly Castle
L - Criccieth Castle
M - Pembroke Castle
N - Denbigh Castle
O - Dolbadarn Castle
P - Powis Castle
Q - Chirk Castle
R - Raglan Castle
S - Llansteffan Castle
T - Tenby Castle
U - Beaumaris Castle
V - Skenfrith Castle
W - Conwy Castle
X - Penrhyn Castle
Y - Castell y Bere
Z - Chepstow Castle

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  • Aberystwyth

  • Beaumaris

  • Caernarfon

  • Cardiff

  • Castell y Bere

  • Caerphilly

  • Chepstow

  • Conwy

  • Criccieth

  • Denbigh

  • Dolbadarn

  • Dolwyddelan

  • Harlech

  • Kidwelly

  • Laugharne

  • Llansteffan

  • Pembroke

  • Penrhyn

  • Powis

  • Raglan

  • Skenfrith

  • Tenby

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A Few Towns in Wales:

Dolgellau is set in the southern part of The Snowdonia National Park, at the foot of the Cader Idris (Cadair Idris) mountain range with three main routes to the summit. The town is a great base for touring Snowdonia with many popular walks only two or three miles from the town centre.
Dolgellau
Barmouth is one of the prettiest towns in the area and you can see Cader Idris from it’s huge sandy beach. It’s estled beside the beautiful Mawddach Estuary with excellent hill-walking all around. Stroll over the half-mile long railway bridge to The Mawddach Trail and walk the 9 miles to Dolgellau.
Barmouth
Betws-y-Coed is one of the most famous villages in Snowdonia. It's name translates as “Prayer House in the Wood”. Attractions include the “Miner’s Bridge” and the 14th Century church of St. Michael. Other nearby attractions include The “Fairy Glen” and the famous “Swallow Falls” waterfall.
Betws-y-Coed
Porthmadog is situated on the estuary of the Afon Glaslyn and is the hub of both the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways. These railways are some of the finest tourist attractions in Wales, making Porthmadog one of the most popular places to stay. Portmeirion is also only around 3 miles away.
Porthmadog Harbour
Criccieth is quite the typical North Wales seaside town with a long beach, located just 4.7 miles from Porthmadog. What a picture, what a view! Perched on a headland with the sea as its constant bedfellow. Its twin-towered gatehouse intimidates prospective attackers. So badly did the native Welsh princes and English monarchs want it, that it changed hands more often than a relay baton.
Dolwyddelan - A visit to this solitary sentinel is worth it for the views alone.
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Criccieth Castle Panorama

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