North Wales, one of Britain's oldest established visitor regions, offers a plenty of outstanding vacation attractions within a quite small region. Many top attractions nestled alongside the Snowdonia mountain range, Conwy Valleys, historic towns for instance Caernarfon and much more. North Wales coast roads offer a marvelous range of landscape, along with big open beaches and sparkling resorts, rough cliffs, picturesque fishing villages and innumerable secluded bays. Snowdonia National Park - with Wales' highest mountain, Snowdon (3560 ft) - has for centuries fascinated climbers and walkers. Enclosed by the jaw-dropping surroundings of the Conwy Valley, Surf Snowdonia offers vast waves inland, in a freshwater open-air lagoon almost the range of six football pitches where you can surf a great 6.5ft wave for approximately 500ft.