Whether you want a relaxing 'get away from it all' break, a 'see the sights' or even an action packed break, the Vale of Clwyd has it all or is in reach of it all.
From the moment you first set eyes on the lush farmland of the vale framed by the Clwydian hills to one side and the wild Hiraethog moors to the other, you'll know that it's a valley to explore.
Spend time exploring historic market towns like Ruthin, Denbigh and the tiny cathedral city of St Asaph. Discover unspoiled villages with picturesque churches and quaint counrty inns that abound throughout the vale. Enjoy cycling along quiet country lanes, walking the vast network of bridleways and public footpaths that criss cross the vale or the world famous Offas's Dyke long distance footpath that passes over the Clwydian hills close by Bathafarn Hall.
The beaty of staying in the Vale of Clwyd is that while it feels as if you're a world away from the humdrum of every day life, it's central to so many palces such as the coastal resorts of Rhyl, Prestatyn and Llandudno; the Dee valley towns of Llangollen and Bala; the inland resort of Betws y Coed; the mountains and lakes of Snowdonia and the beaches of Anglesey.
Some of the things you can do in and around the vale of Clwyd
Horseriding * Golf * Paragliding * Exploring hill forts * Game and coarse fishing * Canoeing * White water rafting * Ride on steam train * Bird watching * Clay target shooting * Off road biking * Visit castles * Walking Offa's Dyke * Visit a working farm *
Two of the town's most popular visitor attractions: