The hottest weekend of the year saw thousands of people flock to the beaches and attractions of North Wales.
North Wales enjoyed the hottest weekend of the year, where thousands of people descended on the coast to soak up the sun, enjoying the beaches and attractions of North Wales. The weather is set to last the majority of the week according to forecasters, so there is still plenty of time to make the most of this fantastic weather.
The North Wales region saw highs of 29C yesterday, making it the warmest of the two days. Traffic was heavy as visitors ascended upon the region on Friday evening, as many had planned to take a trip up to the beautiful area of Wales for a weekend of holiday activities and weather.
The attractions of North Wales enjoyed a real summer buzz with its many visitors, locals and happy holidaymakers making the most of the area. Attractions such as the Llandudno Pier, Welsh Mountain Zoo, North Wales Beaches, restaurants, cafes, footpaths, lakes and much more enjoyed the presence of the visitors from all over the country.
Although the North has been rated as “not as warm as the south”, the weather was certainly sufficient for everyone that made the trip, with the region packed out with people in their shorts and t-shirts. The weather is set to last the majority of the week, so if you are on your holidays, why not visit North Wales with friends and/or family.
Towns such as Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, Rhyl, Betws-y-Coed, Llanrwst, Bangor, Caernarfon and those located on Isle of Anglesey are all popular destinations that you could visit to make the most of there attractions, environments and range of accommodations.
Should the weather hold up, visitors wondering whats going on in North Wales this weekend will find a list of things to do this summer across North Wales on Saturday and Sundays.