Shell Island Camping Weekend

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Jun 15

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10 miles in 7 hours

Based in North Wales and boasting stunning views of the unspoilt Welsh countryside, including Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonia National Park, Shell Island is one of Europe’s largest Campsites. For more details have a look at their website

Shell Island, known as Mochras locally, is a peninsula created in the early 1800's when the nearby River Artro was diverted from its original course (south of the island) to being above the island and so creating a water course effectively separating the island and the historic settlement that resided there.

The island itself is famous for (amazingly) the number and variety of shells that wash up on it shores from the popwerful tides of the Irish Sea.

With an array of walks nearby both along the coast and into the nearby Snowdonia National Park, whatever you fancy doing this weekend there is a good chance it will be possible from here.


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