There are numerous activities available for those who enjoy outdoor activities. The North Wales Borderlands and Snowdonia offer a wide range of options for walking, climbing, and mountain biking. There are cycle paths in the nearby Llandegla Forest. Horse riding, fishing and birdwatching can also be enjoyed in the area.
he final thing I find remarkable about Beaumaris are the wonderful views afforded across the Menai Straight to the Snowdonia Mountains beyond - breathtaking scenery that can be enjoyed from within or outside the castle. Although Beaumaris lacks the spectacular siting of some of Edward's other north Wales castles, the beauty of the castle and surrounding countryside is undeniable. Beaumaris Castle has been designated a "World Heritage Site" because it represents a significant accomplishment in the art of medieval castle-building. The fact that it is also one of the prettier sites in Wales is a bonus that makes this castle well worth a visit. So, in your haste to see popular, touristy Caernarfon Castle, consider making the short drive from Caernarfon to Beaumaris for a totally unique castle experience!
North Wales is bilingual. While almost 100% of the people you meet can speak and understand English, you are also quite likely to hear being spoken, especially as you travel further west within the region. According to the census of 2005, 68.7% of the people in can speak Welsh. You're least likely to encounter Welsh speakers on the north coast east of .
The main roads into North Wales from are the A55 which runs along the north coast, connecting with the M56 and M53 near , and the A5, which leaves the M54 at and heads west to and then north-west to .