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The map should be used in conjunction with the maps listed on walesdirectory.co.uk/maps. The roads shown are the major roads in Wales and the connections in the English Borderlands.
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Road Map of Wales
Click to zoom Gwynedd and Snowdonia, Llanberis, Bangor, Caernarfon, Harlech, Porthmadog, Barmouth, Port Meirion, Aberdovey. Conwy County, Llandudno, Betws y Coed, Conwy, Colwyn Bay, Llanrwst, Capel Curig, Snowdonia National Park Zoom in to Anglesey, Beaumaris, Holyhead, Llangefni, Menai Bridge Zoom in to Ceredigion Pembrokeshire, ...Tenby, Saundersfoot, St Davids, Pembroke, Haverford West City of Swansea and the Gower Peninsula, Swansea, the Gower, Mumbles, Oxwich Bay, Port Talbot, Neath, Maesteg Cardiff, capital City of Wales, City Centre, Bay area, St Fagans, Caerleon Zoom in to Powys, Welshpool, Newtown, Builth Wells, Brecon, Hay on Wye, Llandrindod Wells, Machynlleth, Newtown, Caersws Carmarthenshire, Carmarthen, Laugharne, Llandeilo, Llanelli, Newcastle Emlyn Vale of Glamorgan, Cardiff Airport, Barry, Penarth, Cowbridge. Ogmore, Llantwit Major Monmouthshire and Newport, Monmouth, Usk, Abergavenny, Tintern, Chepstow Denbighshire, Rhyl Prestatyn, Ruthin, St Asaph, Corwen and Llangollen Flintshire, Flint Castle, the Holy Well of St Winifrides, Hawarden Wrexham County, home to Wrexham's St Giles Church, one of the Seven Wonders of Wales, containing the tomb of Elihu Yale, founder of Yale University Bridgend County
In the North the main East/West coastal road is the A55 Expressway, this joins on to the A5 near Bangor to cross the Isle of Anglesey to Holyhead and the Irish Ferry.

The other main route crossing the North is the A5. This is the old road linking Holyhead and the Irish Ferries with London England.

In the South the M4 is the main East/West route from London, England as far as Carmarthen. From Carmarthen continue on the A40 to Fishguard for the Irish Ferries.

The A470 links North Wales to South Wales. Llandudno in the North to Cardiff in the South.

For minor roads go to walesdirectory.co.uk/maps/

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Gwynedd and Snowdonia, Llanberis, Bangor, Caernarfon, Harlech, Porthmadog, Barmouth, Port Meirion, Aberdovey....An area of outstanding natural beauty, Snowdonia offers such diverse landscapes from the highest mountain ranges, tranquil lakes, fast flowing rivers and a wealth of forest trails to miles of golden sandy beaches. Conwy County, Llandudno, Betws y Coed, Conwy, Colwyn Bay, Llanrwst, Capel Curig, the beautiful Conwy Valley includes some of the most striking areas of the Snowdonia National Park including the Jewel in the Crown of Snowdonia ...Betws y Coed, and the World Heritage Site of Conwy Castle and ancient walled town of Conwy Zoom in to Anglesey, Beaumaris, Holyhead, Llangefni, Menai Bridge, ..cross one of two historic bridges over the Menai Strait to Ynys Môn – with its 125 miles of coastline, a paradise of wild flowers and birdlife – not to mention all types of watersports Zoom in to Ceredigion ...in August 2005 a pod of dolphins two thousand strong was spotted in Cardigan Bay, visit Aberystwyth, Cardigan, New Quay, Llangranog, Borth Pembrokeshire, ...Tenby, Saundersfoot, St Davids, Pembroke, Haverford West,...Fantastic beaches, cliff top walks, so beautiful it is now designated 
    the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. With traditional seaside resorts such 
    as Tenby and Saundersfoot in the South and a wealth of villages and towns 
    throughout the county and along the length of the Coastal Path itself. The 
    beautiful clean seas enable a wide diversity of wild life to thrive including 
    Dolphins and Seals. From abseiling to Cliff jumping, kayaking, to walking 
    or simply relaxing on the golden sands there is a great choice of holidays 
    in Pembrokeshire City of Swansea and the Gower Peninsula, the land of Dylan Thomas, Swansea, the Gower, Mumbles, Oxwich Bay, Port Talbot, Neath, Maesteg Cardiff, capital City of Wales, City Centre, Bay area, St Fagans, Caerleon Zoom in to Powys, Welshpool, Newtown, Builth Wells, Brecon, Hay on Wye, Llandrindod Wells, Machynlleth, Newtown, Caersws Carmarthenshire, Carmarthen, Laugharne, Llandeilo, Llanelli, Newcastle Emlyn ...beautiful countryside from the Brecon Beacons to Carmarthen Bay Vale of Glamorgan, Cardiff Airport, Barry, Penarth, Cowbridge. Ogmore, Llantwit Major Monmouthshire and Newport, Monmouth, Usk, Abergavenny, Tintern, Chepstow Denbighshire, Rhyl Prestatyn and historic market towns, Ruthin, St Asaph, Corwen and Llangollen Flintshire, Flint Castle, the Holy Well of St Winifrides, Hawarden Wrexham County, home to Wrexham's St Giles Church, one of the Seven Wonders of Wales, containing the tomb of Elihu Yale, founder of Yale University Bridgend County Neath and Port Talbot county Zoom into the traditional Welsh Valleys, including Merthyr Tydfil, Torfaen and the Rhondda