At English Plus, we can organise full day and half day excursions around the local area here in North Wales, as well as in the North West of England.
English Plus is located in safe and friendly Prestatyn, near Rhyl, on the coast of North Wales. The town is in a beautiful setting between the sea and the mountains. There are wide, sandy beaches on one side and the Cwydian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the other. People like Prestatyn so much that it is currently a finalist in the Great British High Street Awards
Places to visit from Prestatyn
- Snowdonia National Park
- Anglesey Island
- Conwy and Caernarfon Castles
- The Peak District
- Portmerion Village
- Blaenau Ffestiniog mine, zipline and underground trampoline
- Activities: surfing, wind surfing, sailing, biking, kayaking, team building games ...
Visitors to North Wales discover beautiful countryside, a strong Welsh culture and lots of adventure. North Wales is full of history but in recent times has become is a UK centre for outdoor adventure activities. Snowdonia is full of stunning mountains, lakes and forests where you can take part in anything from kayaking to climbing. In an old mine in Blaenau Ffestiniog, you can now find the longest zipwire in Europe and a giant underground trampoline. In Llangollen, ride a steam train, visit an amazing international festival and walk along the staggering Pontcysyllre Aqueduct.
Wales has the most castles per person of any country in the world. One castle, in Conwy is connected to the original medieval walls that circle the town. Bodelwyddan Castle houses an extension of the National Portrait Gallery; its Victorian Games Room is always a big hit with visitors.
Heading towards England, the very popular city of Chester is only 45 mins away. Liverpooll has some of the best interactive museums in the country and Manchester, just 90 minutes away, is an international centre for sport, culture and science.
See more of North Wales, including mountain biking in Llandegala and Caernarfon Castle in the video below from visitwales.com