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The North Welsh Coast (Self Drive - Llandudno - Holyhead - Caernarfon - Conwy)

9 to 13+ Nights from $1,093*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 2/25/2024, departure from New York City (All Airports) (NY), US. Choose your own departure city and dates.

This 9 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into and out of Manchester
  • Rental Car for 10 days
  • Pick Up/Drop Off: Manchester Airport
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Llandudno
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Holyhead
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Caernarfon
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Conwy
  • Driving Time
    Manchester Airport - Llandudno: 1 hr. 45 mins. approx.
    Llandudno- Holyhead: 49 mins. approx.
    Holyhead- Caernarfon: 34 min.
    Caernarfon- Conwy: 33 mins.
    Conwy - Manchester Airport: 1 hr. 15 mins. approx.

Since North Wales has some of the best holiday beaches in the country, seaside holidays are a long standing tradition. Visit Llandudno (a coastal town in north Wales, known for North Shore Beach and 19th-century Llandudno Pier, with shops and a games arcade), Holyhead, Caernarfon and Conwy (known in English as Conway, is a walled market town and community in Conwy County Borough on the north coast of Wales) with a rental car. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Llandudno

    Llandudno is located on the Irish Sea coast in north Wales, just an hour`s drive from Cheshire in the northwest of England. It has been a popular seaside vacation destination since the 1860s. The town is situated on the Creuddyn Peninsula between two headlands: the Great Orme, and the smaller Little Orme. The Victorian promenade which takes visitors to the popular North Shore is called The Parade. Llandudno Pier, which is nearly a half-mile long, is the longest seaside pier in Wales. Mostyn Street, Llandudno`s high street, is the place to be as it buzzes with activity day and night. Take in a show at the state-of-the-art Venue Cymru, and definitely don`t miss a chance to ride the Llandudno Cable Car up to the summit of the Great Orme. Visit the Great Orme, Llandudno Pier, Venue Cymru, Mostyn Street, Llandudno Cable Car, Great Orme Tramway, West Shore Beach, Great Orme Mines, Little Orme, North Shore Beach, Llandudno Promenade (The Parade), and so much more!

  • Holyhead

    Holyhead origins (Caergybi) date from 450AD, when Celtic King Caswallon defeated Irish invaders on Holy Island. The port of Holyhead is the busiest UK Irish ferry port and is home to the largest seagoing ferry in the World. There are good views over the port from the grounds of St Cybi’s church, from where there is also a good view of skinners monument on Alltran rock. This obelisk was erected by the people of Holyhead in memory of Captain John McGregor Skinner, a benefactor to the town’s poor who was washed overboard from his ship in 1832.

    Visit the Holyhead Maritime Museum, Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, St. Cybi's Church, Holyhead Mountain, Ucheldre Center and much more.

  • Caernarfon

    Caernarfon is located in an advantageous spot at the mouth of the River Seiont on Wales`s northwestern coast, just across the Menai Strait from the Isle of Anglesey, and also just to the north of Snowdonia National Park, one of Wales`s leading tourist sites. While the town is a great place to stay before exploring both of those areas, it also has its own noteworthy sights, such as Caernarfon Castle, one of the largest castles built by the English after their conquest of Wales in the 13th century. The castle and the town walls, built on the orders of King Edward I, are altogether a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 14th-century Church of St. Peblig was built on a site of worship that has been utilized since the time of the Romans. Caernarfon is also known as the hometown of David Lloyd George, one of the most highly-regarded Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom, who represented the area at Westminster for nearly 50 years. Discover the Caernarfon Castle, Snowdonia National Park, Anglesey Sea Zoo, Segontium Roman Fort, Ynys Llanddwyn, Snowdon Mountain Railway, Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum, Glynllifon, Church of St. Peblig, and so much more!

  • Conwy

    Conwy is a straight-out-of-book-picturesque walled market town that sits on River Conwy. The town is located in the north coast of Wales right up the Snowdonia National Park. There’s plenty of things to do in Conwy considering the size of the town. There’s castle, town walls, walks around the river, sandy beaches, wildlife watching and many more. Additionally, if you happen to be travelling in Wales, and in particular around Snowdonia Region, you can easily do a weekend getaway to Conwy, and you will not be disappointed.

    Explore Conwy Castle, Conwy Town Walls, National Trust - Bodnant Garden, Conwy Suspension Bridge, Llandudno Pier and much more.