This is a list of cities, towns and villages in the principal area of Gwynedd , Wales.
Aberangell, Aberdaron, Aberdesach, Aberdyfi, Abererch, Abergwyngregyn, Abergynolwyn, Aberllefenni, Abersoch, Afon Wen, Arthog
Bala, Bangor , Barmouth, Beddgelert, Bethania, Bethel, Bethesda, Betws Garmon, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Boduan, Bontddu, Bontnewydd, Botwnnog, Brithdir, Bryncroes, Bryn-crug, Bwlch-derwin, Bwlchtocyn
Caeathro, Caerhun, Caernarfon, Capel Curig, Carmel, Chwilog, Clynnog Fawr, Clwt-y-bont, Corris Uchaf, Corris, Criccieth, Croesor, Cwm-y-glo
Deiniolen, Dinas Dinlle, Dinas Mawddwy, Dinas, Dinorwig, Dolgellau, Dolmelinllyn
Edern, Efailnewydd, Esgairgeiliog
Ganllwyd, Garndolbenmaen, Gellilydan, Glasinfryn, Groeslon
Llanaber, Llanaelhaearn, Llanbedr, Llandbedrgoch, Llanbedrog, Llanberis, Llandanwg, Llanegryn, Llandegwning, Llandeiniolen, Llandwrog, Llanelltyd, Llanengan, Llanfair Llanfihangel-y-pennant, Abergynolwyn, Llanfihangel-y-pennant, Cwm Pennant, Llanfrothen, Llangwnnadl, Llangybi, Llaniestyn, Llan Ffestiniog, Llangian, Llanllechid, Llanymawddwy, Llannor, Llanrug, Llanwnda, Llanystumdwy, Llithfaen, Llwyndyrys, Llwyngwril
Mallwyd, Maentwrog, Minffordd, Morfa Nefyn, Mynydd Llandegai, Mynytho
Nantlle, Nantmor, Nasareth, Nebo, Nefyn
Pant Glas, Penffridd, Penisa'r Waun, Penmaenpool, Pennal, Penrhos, Penrhosgarnedd Penrhyndeudraeth, Pentre Gwynfryn, Penygroes, Pen-y-meinl, Pistyll, Pontllyfni, Pontrug, Porth Dinllaen, Porthmadog, Portmeirion, Prenteg, Pwllheli
Rachub, Rhiw, Rhiwddolion, Rhiwlas (in Llanddeiniolen community), Rhiwlas (in Llandderfel community), Rhosgadfan, Rhostryfan, Rhoshirwaun, Rhoslefair, Rhyd Ddu, Rhyd-y-clafdy, Rhos-y-gwaliau
Tal-y-bont (near Bangor), Tal-y-bont (near Barmouth), Talysarn, Trawsfynydd, Trefor Tregarth, Tremadog, Tudweiliog, Tywyn, Talsarnau
Y Felinheli, Y Ffor
Snowdonia is a mountainous region in northwestern Wales and a national park of 823 square miles (2,130 km2) in area. It was the first to be designated of the three national parks in Wales, in 1951. It contains the highest peaks in the United Kingdom outside Scotland.
Merionethshire or Merioneth is one of thirteen historic counties of Wales, a vice county and a former administrative county.
Meirionnydd is a coastal and mountainous region of Wales. It has been a kingdom, a cantref, a district and, as Merionethshire, a county.
The A487, officially also known as the Fishguard to Bangor Trunk Road, is a trunk road in Wales, that follows the coast from Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, in the south, to Bangor, Gwynedd, in the north.
Talybont may refer to:
The Nantlle Valley is an area in Gwynedd, north Wales, characterised by its numerous small settlements.
Abergynolwyn is a village in southern Gwynedd, Wales, located at the confluence of the Nant Gwernol and the Afon Dysynni. The population of the community which is named after the village of Llanfihangel-y-Pennant was 339 at the 2011 census.
Llanfihangel-y-Pennant is a hamlet and wider, very sparsely populated community in the Meirionnydd area of Gwynedd in Wales. It is located in the foothills of Cadair Idris, and has a population of 402, reducing to 339 at the 2011 Census.
The Gwynedd Football League was a football league at the fifth level of the Welsh football league system in north-west Wales.
Llanfihangel-y-Pennant is a small village in Gwynedd, Wales. It is in the community of Dolbenmaen in Snowdonia.
The Corris Railway's Grand Tour was a tourist service that ran between 1886 and 1930. It involved a journey on the Corris Railway, a charabanc connection to the Talyllyn Railway and a return via the Cambrian Railways line between Tywyn and Machynlleth.
Dwygyfylchi is a village in Conwy County Borough, Wales. It is part of the community of Penmaenmawr which has a population of 4,353. The electoral ward of Capelulo which includes Dwygyfylchi had a population of 1,485 in 2011. It was formerly part of the historic county of Caernarfonshire.
Tal-y-llyn, or Talyllyn, is a small hamlet and former parish in Gwynedd, Wales, situated at the end of Tal-y-llyn Lake close to the village of Abergynolwyn. The parish covered an area of 36,000 acres (15,000 ha). The River Dysynni flows out of the lake at this point, flowing down to enter Cardigan Bay north of Tywyn.
The Diocese of Bangor is a diocese of the Church in Wales in North West Wales. The diocese covers the counties of Anglesey, most of Caernarfonshire and Merionethshire and the western part of Montgomeryshire.
Llanfihangel-y-traethau was a parish in Ardudwy, Gwynedd, north-west Wales centred on a church of the same name in the village of Ynys. The original parish church was built in the 12th century on a tidal island. Later the land rose and connected the island to the mainland. Today it is part of the Bro Ardudwy ministry area, which includes Harlech, a few kilometres to the southwest, and Barmouth. The church has a window depicting Saint Tecwyn and is the start of the Saint Tecwyn's Way, a pilgrimage route ending at Saint Tecwyn's church in Llandecwyn.
The 2017 Gwynedd Council election took place on 4 May 2017 to elect members of Gwynedd Council in Wales. Seventy five council seats were up for re-election. In twenty one seats, the candidates were elected unopposed.