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The four day Easter weekend heralds to many the start of Spring and with it the promise of longer and hopefully warmer days ahead.

It is also the time when many seasonal tourist attractions open fully so make the most of this first bank holiday in 2019 and take this perfect opportunity to discover North Wales and Llandudno with the award winning Imperial Hotel’s recommendations.

North Wales is the UK’s leading adventure destination so if you’re looking for new experiences to try it would be natural for you to think of the region for learning a new watersport or mountaineering skill, but there are also some wonderful art and craft workshops just waiting to be discovered, and maybe even fall in love with so you turn it into a new hobby.

Family holidays come in all shapes and sizes and that’s where North Wales comes into its own.  Whether you want a traditional seaside holiday, an adventure trip, an action-packed fun-filled break or a bit of everything, then you’re in for a treat when you select North Wales as your holiday destination.

Let this week’s article take you on a voyage of discovery on the water-based activities you can enjoy in North Wales.  Whether you want to take the plunge and get fully immersed in a water adventure or want to experience the high seas without getting wet, dip your toe in and enjoy one of these fabulous activities.

North Wales is now recognised as the UK’s leading adventure destination and with its natural playground of mountains and forests and beautiful coastline it offers so many daring and exciting exploits that you can discover how bold and thrill-seeking you really are!

This week’s blog continues on the theme of Discovering North Wales’ Heritage.

2019 is the Year of Discovery in Wales, and it’s all about discovering things out about the country and the region of North Wales you didn’t know, or if you’ve been before about rediscovering it and finding new reasons to visit. 

Oriel MOSTYN gallery’s current exhibitions (which run until 3 March) present work by Josephine Meckseper and Louisa Gagliardi.

After the hectic festivities with the celebratory parties, the family get-togethers and the over indulgence of food and possibly alcohol, the period between Christmas and New Year can seem like a haven of tranquillity. 

Christmas is a traditional time for spending with family or friends but the organisation, meal plans and of course the dreaded food shopping results in many thinking they’ve picked the short straw if it’s their turn to play host!  Why not let 2018 be the year everyone in your family relaxes by making going away for the festivities a new tradition.

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