Things to do, events & holiday break ideas within our corner of North Wales

Coronavirus update

Important coronavirus measures.

Welsh Government has announced the details of a coronavirus “circuit breaker” or “fire-break” that will come in to force at 6:00pm on Friday 23 October until the start of Monday 9 November 2020. During this period non-essential travel in and to Wales is not permitted. All leisure and non-essential retail will be closed for this period.

Following the end of this period, further national guidance and direction will be outlined.

For more detailed information refer to Welsh Government's
Coronavirus regulations: Frequently asked questions.

For more information please visit:
Denbighshire frequently asked questions
Flintshire frequently asked questions
Wrexham frequently asked questions

North Wales is a renowned part of Wales. With the region being in the top 10 destinations in the world for 2017 according to Lonely Planet it makes for the perfect holiday getaway. Our corner of Wales boasts stunning coastline, rich heritage and family adventures. With an area of outstanding natural beauty, quaint rural towns, stunning coastline and an 11 mile long World Heritage Site.


Don’t forget your camera when you visit North East Wales.

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We aren't that far away Our beautiful corner of North Wales is closer than you think

Just a Short Ride Away

North East Wales is less than 2 hours away from Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham. We're also within easy reach of the national motorway network and are well served by a great rail network, with links from London, Holyhead, Chester, and Manchester.

Visiting us couldn't be easier.

Getting Here

Individual maps of the North East Wales area are available here

Denbighshire Map Flintshire Map Wrexham Map