On the Llyn Peninsula, Porthmadog is known to the locals as ‘Porth’,
Portmeirion is a surreal Italianate village built on a remote Welsh headland.
The small town of Harlech sits at the base of the spectacular Harlech Castle
The village of Llanbedr is nestled along the banks of the River Artro
Sandwiched between the Rhinog Mountains and the sea
Fairbourne Beach is an expanse of golden sand
The unspoilt settlement of Llwyngwril lies at the mouth of the river Gwril
A promenade, sandy beach, surf and a little steam train – that's Tywyn.
Aberdyfi is a village on the north side of the estuary of the River Dyf
The small linear village of Pennal played an important part in the history of Wales.
Machynlleth is the main rail point for our Meirionnydd or the Ceredigion sections