Why you should Explore North East Wales
At the heart of Taste North East Wales is encouraging locals and visitors to explore our wonderful landscape and heritage. And there’s no shortage of it. Our celebration of local food covers only three counties: Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham, but what we have to offer is vast…
Explore our Area of Outstanding natural beauty
North East Wales is home to the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, meaning it’s officially recognised as one of the nation’s most important landscapes. It extends from almost the North coast to the rugged Berwyn mountains.
Lots of our local food inspired events are taking part inside the AONB and this landscape is at their heart.
Explore our World Heritage Site
In 2009 UNESCO awarded World Heritage status to 11 miles of canal covering the counties of Wrexham, Denbighshire and Shropshire. The World Heritage Site includes many features including the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Horseshoe Falls, which will both host Taste North East Wales events.
Explore our historic towns, villages and more
Taste North East Wales isn’t just about inspiring people to explore natural landscapes. We’ve also got a wealth of history and heritage in our towns, villages castles and houses. Whether it’s in Mold at Gwyl Daniel Owen Festival or the Apple Festival at Erddig Hall there’s plenty to explore.
Find out more about North East Wales and what’s happening here.