Attractions near Rhyd y Galen Caravan and Camping Park

This is a list of the attractions near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this campsite.
Segontium Roman Fort (2 Miles)*
Overlooking the Menai Strait, Segontium Roman Fort dates back to circa AD77, when Caesar Julius Agricola completed the Roman conquest of Wales by capturing the Isle of Anglesey.
Caernarfon Castle (2 Miles)*
King Edward I intended this castle to be a royal residence and seat of government for North Wales. The castle's symbolic status was emphasized when Edward made sure that his son, the first English Prince of Wales, was born here in 1284.
Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens (3 Miles)*
Plas Newydd, the ancestral home of the Marquess of Anglesey bears witness to the turbulent history of the family; their noble beginnings during the time of Henry VIII
Anglesey Sea Zoo (4 Miles)*
The Anglesey Sea Zoo is the largest marine aquarium in Wales with over 150 species from Octopuses and Seahorses to Sharks and Sunstars for you to get up close and personal with!
Llanberis Lake Railway (5 Miles)*
Discover the timeless appeal of our narrow-gauge steam trains on an hour long excursion along the shores of Lake Padarn in the heart of Snowdonia.
Snowdon Mountain Railway (5 Miles)*
Travel by train on Britain's only Rack and Pinion Railway up Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales 3,560ft (1085m).
Penrhyn Castle (7 Miles)*
Built for the wealthy Pennant family on the profits of Welsh slate and Jamaican sugar, Penrhyn Castle is an extravagant example of early 19th century neo-Norman architecture.
Beaumaris Castle (9 Miles)*
Beaumaris is a great, unfinished masterpiece. It was built as one of the North Wales "iron ring" of castles by the English Monarch, Edward 1, to stamp his authority on the Welsh, but it was never finished.
Dolwyddelan Castle (15 Miles)*
In a land of castles, Dolwyddelan stands apart not as a stronghold erected by Norman or English forces but as a fortress of the native Welsh princes.
Criccieth Castle (16 Miles)*
Criccieth Castle, standing on its headland between two beaches, is a prominent north Wales landmark.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Rhyd y Galen Caravan and Camping Park

This is a list of the towns near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this campsite.
Caernarfon (2 Miles)*
Caernarfon in Gwynedd, in the west of North Wales, is a small town with many royal connections and a splendid castle.
Port Dinorwic (2 Miles)*
Llanberis (4 Miles)*
Menai Bridge (5 Miles)*
Newborough (6 Miles)*
Llandegfan (6 Miles)*
Bangor (6 Miles)*
Bangor, with its 6th century cathedral, is one of Britain's smallest cities with a population of less than 14,000 people. However, its numbers swell during term time as Bangor University accommodates around 10,000 students.
Llanllechid (7 Miles)*
Llanddona (9 Miles)*
Llanddona nestles at the southern end of Red Wharf Bay on Anglesey and is divided into an upper and lower village.
Beaumaris (10 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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