Travelling around Caernarfon
You step back in time the moment you arrive in Caernarfon, where you’ll be met by the domineering presence of the most famous castle in Wales. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Caernarfon Castle has stood here since the 13th century, and helps the town to retain its stunning medieval charm. A port in Gwynedd, Caernarfon lies on the eastern shore of the Menai Strait, directly opposite Anglesey.
With a number of public transport options, getting in and out of the town is relatively easy. Arriva buses operate to and from Caernarfon, connecting the area to Bangor and even Llandudno.