Named after the old Kingdom of Gwynedd, this sparsely populated haven is home to the gorgeous Llŷn Peninsula and most of the Snowdonia National Park which both act as an adventurous and renewing day out, they are perfect caravanning destinations when considering where to go to catch those once-in-a-lifetime photographs. This exciting land of inspiration offers picturesque mountains, peaceful valleys, historical castles and enchanting forests to visit and really feel at one with nature. A caravanners dream, Gwynedd is rich with attractions both natural and man-made. If you want to camp or stay in a static caravan, Nantcol Waterfalls is a breath-taking natural hotspot to visit, situated in a sleepy valley at the foot of the Rhinog Mountain and voted in the top 5 campsites in Britain with its own river and mesmerizing waterfall. If you want to experience man-made creations you could take a trip to this brute of a fortress: Caernarfon Castle, Wales’ most famous and attractive castle which was built in 1284. Learn more about its history and how King Edward I created this most impressive castle.
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