Bordering the English county of Cheshire, Flintshire is steeped in Welsh history with castles, culture and countryside. Whether it’s high adventure or a relaxing break, Flintshire has it all - stunning coastlines, woodlands and mountains.
Experience the 83 mile long Flintshire Leisure Tour by car, guiding you to delightful country villages, traditional market towns, medieval castles and some of the most stunning scenery in North Wales. By foot, walk the Welsh coastal path – a dedicated footpath that hugs the entire coastline providing 870 miles of glorious diversity.
In land, there are many country parks to explore including Wepre Park home to the remains of Ewloe Castle where the whole family can enjoy the outdoors. Or visit Moel Famau, classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1985.
Wonder through long-established market towns such as Mold, proud of it’s independent shops as well as well known national stores. Mold has been holding weekly markets since 1808, selling fresh local produce, antiques and livestock - the town is the epitome of tradition.
Located within Deeside and close to the English border, Dutton Fields forms part of an exciting regeneration project providing new homes, retail and employment opportunities on the former Airfields site. Close to the Wales Coast Path with its 870 mile stretch of welsh coastline, this really is the ideal location to call home.