Maps of :Bala Tourist Attractions
Map of Bala Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Bala, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Bala that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Bala Gardening Club - Gardening Club meets on the third Thursday of every month at 7.0pm at Canolfan Bro Tegid on the High Street. Various speaker. English Chapel Bala - The English Chapel, Bala is located on the High Street, Bala, Gwynedd, Wales. The chapel is also known as the English Presbyterian Church and is part Statue of Thomas Edward Ellis MP - The statue of Thomas Edward Ellis MP (1859-1899) is found in the High Street, Bala, Gwynedd, Wales. Thomas Edward Ellis was born at Cefnddwysarn near Tomen y Bala - Tomen y Bala is a medieval earthwork castle of the 11th to 12th Century situated close to what is now the High Street in Bala. The Castle is 40m wide Bala High Street - High Street, Bala, Gwynedd, Wales. The High Street Bala offers an eclectic collection of shops, houses, homes, chapels, schools, hotel, public houses Old Grammar School Bala - This hall, now the restaurant known as Neuadd y Cyfnod, used to be the old Grammar School at Bala. Edward Meyrick a cleric born at Garthlwyd, Llandde Awel Yr Aran Restaurant - The Awel Yr Aran Restaurant is prominently situated in the tiny coastal North Wales town of Bala and here, open year round, we cater for a loyal local Neuadd Buddug Cinema and Theatre - Neuadd Buddug is both a Theatre and Cinema in Pensarn Road, Bala, North Wales. Neuadd Buddug shows both Blockbuster movies and an array of performance Canolfan Cywain centre - Cywain provides a host of indoor and outdoor exhibitions which celebrate rural skills. The Centre has a vibrant calendar of performances, shows and fe Bala Leisure Centre - Penllyn, Bala, Leisure Centre provides modern leisure facilities including swimming pool and racket courts. Next to the Leisure Centre is the Tourist Bala Lake - Llyn Tegid means Lake of Serenity and it is easy too see why after spending a day fishing there. The lake has abundant pike, European perch, trout and Bala Sailing Club - Bala Sailing Club is set at the North-East end of Bala Lake giving easy access to the largest & possibly the most picturesque sailing water in Wal Llanycil Church - Work started in February 2014 to turn the deconsecrated church of St Beuno's in North Wales into a new £1 million visitor centre.|
Mary Jones Worl RYG Outdoor Education Centre - RYG Outdoor Education Centre is committed to providing high quality outdoor courses to people of all ages. These courses can be educationally centred River Tryweryn - The Tryweryn (Afon Tryweryn)is a river in North Wales. It starts from Llyn Celyn in the Snowdonia National Park and after 19 km joins the river Dee Bala Angling Association - Bala and District Angling Association provides fishing on rivers and lakes for both coarse and game fish. Enjoy the superb grayling fishing that the u Cwm Hirnant Valley -
Cwm Hirnant or the Hirnant Valley lies between Bala and Llyn Vyrnwy in Gwynedd, Wales. The valley is formed by the Afon Hirnant and is accessed by a Llangower Church - "The Church in Wales diocese of St Asaph announced today that the
parishes of Llanycil with Christ Church Bala, Llangower, and
Llanuwchllyn h National Whitewater Centre - Why not come and ride the rapids? Extreme sports are becoming ever popular in the UK and Wales is not lagging behind with Snowdonia's mountains, river Canolfan Tryweryn - Why not come and ride the rapids? Come white water rafting all year round on our steep and rocky mountain river. The fast flowing rapids will carry Bala Lake Railway - Rheilffordd Llyn Tegid, Bala Lake Railway, offers a
delightful 9-mile return journey alongside Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid),
through the beautiful Snowd Foel y Ddinas -
Foel y Ddinas, at 1604ft, 489m, is a mountain in the Hirnantau / Berwyn range of mountains in Gwynedd, Mid Wales. Foel y Ddinas
lies south west of Foel Goch Hirnantau Mountain -
Foel Goch, at 2,011ft, 613m, is a mountain in the Hirnantau / Berwyn range of mountains in Powys, Mid Wales. Foel Goch lies to the south east of Bal Trum y Gwragedd -
Trum y Gwragedd, at 2,008ft, 612m, is a mountain in the Hirnantau / Berwyn Range of mountains in Mid Wales. Trum y Gwragedd stands to the west of The Eagles Inn - The Eagles Inn (Tafarn Yr Eryod) is a wonderful stone built building, even older than the village church! With a well stocked bar including real ales Llanuwchllyn Church - The church of Llanuwchllyn in the old county of Merionethshire is dedicated to St Deiniol. The church is not very old (1872-1873). It is a fine lookin Afon Dyfrdwy - The Afon Dyfrdwy (River Dee in English)is about 70 miles long, it rises below Mynydd Dduallt(662m)in the hills above Llanuwchllyn, Gwynedd, Mid Wales
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