Dominated by its majestic 13 towered castle, Caernarfon guards the mouth of the Afon Seiont and the western end of Menai Strait. It's an impressive sight with its mighty towers and ramparts that are remarkably intact.

Medieval walls with towered gates extend from the castle around the old town. The narrows streets are lined with many fascinating buildings to view. Other attractions in the town include the Segontium Roman Fort, Golf club and Leisure centre. There are also a great selection of eateries including fish and chips, Indian, Chinese and even a floating restaurant!

The Snowdonia Mountains, just a few miles from the town, are perfect for walking or cycle tours, or they can be enjoyed via the newly restored narrow gauge Welsh Highland Railway. The National Watersports Centre is right on Menai Harbour, where diving, dinghy sailing and other exciting activities await!