Adventure and Activity Holidays
Adventure and Activity Holidays in Criccieth, North Wales next to Snowdonia
Near The Caerwylan you will have no shortage of exciting activities that are perfect for an Adventure Holiday either here in Criccieth or the surrounding areas of Snowdonia, North Wales.
If you want to try out some new activities and make your adventure holiday one to remember, make sure to check out some of the great local places below –
Abseiling and Rock Climbing in Snowdonia
Abseiling and rock climbing are two great activities that we are in the perfect place for, being right next to some of the best mountain landscapes in Wales and an undoubtedly beautiful national park that is right on our doorstep – Snowdonia National Park.
Abseiling can be booked through many companies so you can pick the best place to use for your adventure holiday or weekend –
We are so excited to be near Surf Snowdonia – a world-first inland surf lagoon. Imagine catching some waves while enjoying spectacular scenery Snowdonia has to offer. Ideal for beginners or the seasoned surfer. Find out more by visiting their page – AdventureparcSnowdonia.
Paintball and Segway Adventures at the Activity Park in Criccieth
We also have an Activity Park here in Criccieth in Gwynedd that can offer Paintball, Segway and Bear Grylls Survival Academy courses at DragonRaiders
Leisure Centre Activities – Swimming, Badminton, Squash and more in Criccieth
The Leisure Centre nearby boasts a large amount of activities, from its swimming pool to its 4 badminton courts, the 2 squash courts and dance studio, and to get you to relax at the end of an exciting day or activity weekend, there is a sauna and steam cabin available and much more at – Glaslyn Leisure Centre
If you’re a fan of golf then we have plenty of golf clubs and courses nearby so you can enjoy the beautiful scenery with this great activity.
Criccieth Golf Club; 18 holes with glorious views. 01766 522154
Abersoch Golf Club; 18 holes, voted Welsh Golf Course of the Year 2018. 01758 712622
Ffestiniog Golf Club; 9 holes, highest golf course in Wales with spectacular mountain views. 01766 762637
Harlech: Royal St David’s Golf Course; 18 holes, one of the oldest in the country, nestled in the sand dunes. 01766 780182
Nefyn & District Golf Club; 18 holes, a challenging course along high cliff-tops. 01758 720966
Porthmadog Golf Club; 18 holes, mouth of the River Glaslyn, popular with locals and visitors. 01766 514124
Pwllheli Golf Club; 18 holes; Parkland backing onto shoreline. 01758 701644