Quote Originally Posted by Ron Clark
Hello all

I've been impressed with the amount of detailed information about stone circles and so on in the 'England in May' thread. Jan and I have been to North Wales many times in the past and we have visited most of the usual touristy places such as the slate mines and miniture railways. However, we're going back angain this year and I was wondering if any of you had pointers as to some of the less well known/visited places within the Barmouth/Snowdon/Caernarfon sort of area please?

Ron
How about the Lleyn Peninsular - that's not as visited as most parts on North Wales and is VERY Welsh (Welsh speaking too). Has a nice coastline. I also love Harlech. It might be well known but it always amazes me how few people there are on its wonderful broad sands. Also love wandering around Conwy,and its city walls and harbour, but I guess you know that. Have a nice time!