The area is mostly rural with many mountains and valleys. This, in combination with its coast (on the Irish Sea), has ensured that tourism is the principal industry. Farming, which was once the principal economic force in the area, is now much reduced in importance.
North Wales has many family attractions from zoos and farm parks to steam trains and leisure centres and events from cultural festivals and agricultural shows to family fun days. the area also offers a wide range of activities including walking, cycling, fishing, golf and watersports to name but a few.
North Wales is Welsh through and through. This is a holiday region that’s passionate about language, music and history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals. The scenery’s superb – fine beaches, tumbling rivers and of course the mountains, lakes and waterfalls of Snowdonia
This is one of our favourites. It’s beautiful and not just underwater, with seals, puffins in summer and often porpoise en route to the site. The actual underwater part has a beautiful array of fishlife and is famous for pink seafans, a Mediterranean species which flourishes in the gulf stream. So, it’s pretty, people love diving with seals and just off the island is the wreck of the Lucy in 40m. But Skomer has shallow bits, so novice divers can come too
Local diving is mainly around the areas of North Wales, Anglesey and Liverpool Bay. We run regular trips around the UK taking in such diving 'Hot Spots' as St Abbs, Oban, Scapa Flow, Plymouth, Pembroke and The Farne Islands. Abroad we have dived in Ibiza, Tenerife, The Maldives, The Egyptian Red Sea, Sardinia, Normandy, The Scillies.