A thriving region packed with historical interest
From visiting a World Heritage Site to seaside revelry, Denbighshire and Flintshire offer visitors a cornucopia of historical landmarks and world-class attractions. These Welsh counties are regions filled with colour and contrast and stimulate the senses with a vibrant mix of culture and creativity. Beautiful countryside is something neither Denbighshire nor Flintshire are short of. Explorers can enjoy a different viewpoint every day for a week or more. Try packing a picnic to digest at the top of Hope Mountain while looking out at the Cheshire Plains. The 1,083-foot mountain is small compared to Snowdonia’s giants but the bonus is it’s far less busy than its more famous cousins.
Whether you’re going Michelin-starred, medieval banquet, bistro casual, breakfast, lunch or dinner, Denbighshire and Flintshire can provide them all on a delicious plate. There’s a zeal for all things foodie in these twin counties, known for great taste in producing food, as well as eating it. Browse the local produce at the historic market towns and hear stories of castles dotted across the rolling landscape or explore heather-clad mountains.
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