Historic North Wales

Exploring North Wales in a Easicamper’s camper is a fantastic way to experience the region’s natural beauty and rich history. North Wales is known for its stunning landscapes, historic sites, and charming towns. Here are some camper trip ideas that include historic places to visit:

  1. Conwy and Caernarfon Castle Tour:
    • Start your journey in Conwy, a medieval walled town with a beautifully preserved castle.
    • Visit Conwy Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore its impressive fortifications.
    • Continue to Caernarfon, where you can explore Caernarfon Castle, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its grandeur and historical significance.
    • Camp in the nearby area or at a local campsite.
  2. Snowdonia National Park:
    • Spend a day exploring Snowdonia National Park, known for its rugged mountains and picturesque lakes.
    • Consider hiking or taking the Snowdon Mountain Railway to the summit of Mount Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales.
    • Explore historic sites like Dolwyddelan Castle and Beddgelert, a charming village with a rich history.
    • Camp in or near the national park to enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
  3. Anglesey Island:
    • Drive to Anglesey Island, connected to the mainland by the Menai Suspension Bridge.
    • Visit Beaumaris Castle, one of Edward I’s “Iron Ring” of fortresses in North Wales.
    • Explore the historic town of Beaumaris and enjoy the scenic coastline.
    • Camp at one of the campsites on the island.
  4. Llyn Peninsula:
    • Head to the Llyn Peninsula, known for its stunning beaches and ancient history.
    • Visit Criccieth Castle, a 13th-century fortress overlooking the sea.
    • Explore the quaint town of Porthmadog and take a ride on the Ffestiniog Railway, a historic narrow-gauge steam railway.
    • Camp along the coastline or in designated camping areas.
  5. Denbigh and Ruthin:
    • Discover the historic market towns of Denbigh and Ruthin.
    • Explore Denbigh Castle, a medieval fortress with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
    • Visit Ruthin Gaol, a Victorian prison museum that offers insights into the region’s history.
    • Camp at nearby campsites or in the surrounding countryside.
  6. Visit Historic Gardens:
    • Explore historic gardens like Bodnant Garden and Plas Newydd House and Garden, known for their beautiful landscapes and architecture.
    • Learn about the history of these estates and enjoy leisurely walks in the gardens.
    • Camp at a nearby campsite or caravan park.

Remember to check the availability and opening hours of historic sites, as they may vary depending on the season. Additionally, plan your camper trip itinerary based on your interests and the time you have available, as North Wales offers a wide range of historic and natural attractions to explore.

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