North Wales is packed full of beautiful places for couples to explore together.
The area has everything one could imagine, from secluded coastal bays to the breathtaking Snowdonia mountain range to the abundance of untouched forests.
Here are our top 5 favourite places to accompany a bit of romance!
Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfall
The highest waterfall in Wales, a what a site this is to behold! A winding path leads one from the bottom right to the top, and is a wonderfully peaceful way to spend a day out together.
The highest hill in the Clwydian valley, Moel Famau provides visitors with a gentle ridge walk from the car park to the summit. The small Roman viewing tower is still intact, providing 360 degree views across North Wales, Cheshire and Merseyside. Pick the right clear day and Moel Famau isn’t too far from perfect!
Built between 1283 and 1289, Conwy Castle a truly magnificent structure that draws every visitor’s breath. If the castle isn’t of enough interest, the view out over Anglesey are there to enhance the visit.
Situated within Cardigan Bay, Criccieth offers it’s visitors sunshine, the sea, a castle, a bustling Welsh town and of course, long walks along one the most amazing beaches in Wales.
Voted by The Times as one of the Top 20 most romantic places to stay in Britain, Cae Caled is a modern barn conversion offering luxury self catering holiday accommodation in the heart of Denbighshire, North Wales.