Caernarfon is a busy market town on the North Wales coast most famous for its commanding castle. Caernarfon’s Royal connections go from ancient Celtic chieftains to the present day, with the investiture in 1969 of Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. Attractions include the Welsh Highland Railway.
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Sailings from: Caernarfon Pier
Satnav Reference: LL55 1BE
Access: By road - A487
Car parking: Parking available in public car park adjacent to Morrisons supermarket. Alternative parking at Castle or town car parks – then walk to harbour.
Public transport: Bangor rail station ( 8 miles). Frequent local bus services to Caernarfon.
Additional local information: Caernarfon Tourist Information Centre 01286 672232
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