If you are thinking of travelling in Sicily, you are probably dreaming of some incredibly beautiful film landscapes and beaches, but if you really want to enjoy your trip to Sicily, it is important to know where to go and be organised. The first thing is: RELAX, IT’S SICILY!
Until this summer I had never heard of Llyn Brenig Reservoir, and i’ve lived in North Wales for 17 years now. We actually drove passed it on the way to Bala Lake this summer and after a quick google I decided I had to check it out with the children. We LOVED it!
If you are visiting North Wales and looking for a beach to explore, head to Talacre Beach. It’s a great place to spend a few hours as a family.
Moel Famau is the highest hill within the Clwydian Range and the highest point of the county of Flintshire in Wales. The hill lies on the boundary between Denbighshire and Flintshire. It’s a great place to go walking as a family.
Dyserth Waterfall is a big of a hidden gem in North Wales. I’m not quite sure why we haven’t explored there before now, but having been we will most certainly be back.
When it comes to creating memories and having a break from all of the homeschooling, you can’t really beat a family holiday. They’re fun, normally more relaxing than the day-to-day at home, and ultimately the perfect occasion for you and your family to create lasting memories.
If you love waterfalls this walk is a must-do for you. The Aber Falls, or more correctly Rhaeadr-fawr, is one of the most popular waterfalls in Wales. It’s not the biggest drop waterfall in Wales but it is certainly the most spectacular we have visited.
This walk offers some of the most dramatic mountainous scenery in the UK at the oldest National Nature Reserve in Wales. If you love walking and you appreciate beautiful views this walk is for you.