No fewer than five Welsh locations have made the top 20 of Which? Travel's best seaside towns survey
There's a message to those planning a trip to the coast this summer – head to Wales. For despite its diminutive size in both area and population, five of its towns have made the top 20 in a Which? Travel survey.
The Italian-themed Portmeirion in Gwynedd fared best, coming second overall, just behind Bamburgh in Northumberland. Visitors to Portmeirion enjoy the sort of architecture normally found on the Mediterranean, with oodles of colour, fountains and fabulous gardens thrown in.
Tenby in Pembrokeshire came 10th, with its three family beaches, picture-postcard harbour and charming streets. And also making the top 20 are Llandudno in Conwy (12th), St Davids in Pembs (15th), and Criccieth in Gwynedd (20th).
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