North Wales not only has some of the most dramatic scenery in Britain, it also boasts pretty villages, historic towns, medieval castles, and a real welcome in the Snowdonia hillsides!
Dramatic yet baron scenery all rolled into 1, with volcanoes, glaciers and powerful geysers erupting far into the sky, this is a destination not to be missed, this is Iceland!
Everything you need for a good break is in Portrush - a great boutique hotel and bistro, beaches, scenic drives, famous tourist attractions like The Giant's Causeway and Bushmills whiskey distillery
by Johanna Bradley
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