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Holywell Tourist Information
Home to one of the Seven Wonders of Wales

Holywell is a traditional Welsh market town set picturesque countryside overlooking the estuary of the River Dee, from the town it's about four miles to the village of Halkyn and approximately six miles to Caerwys town.

Holywell is the fifth largest town in Flintshire, as such, it provides an interesting mix of local shops and national chain retailers to browse around, along with a varied range of eateries to choose from. Although a large town, Holywell somehow seems to exude a relaxed atmosphere where locals enjoy a more chilled out pace of life.

Holywell has been fortunate enough to escape the clutches of developers and has therefore changed little over the last few hundred years, here as you wander around you will find it's a town blessed with many beautiful late Georgian and Victorian period buildings.

Home to one of the Seven Wonders of Wales
The town's most popular visitor attraction (aka the "Lourdes of Wales") is St Winefride's Well, it's a 16th-century chapel and a holy well that is believed to have healing water, for thousands of years, even today, pilgrims from around the world make the journey to bathe in its water.

Being located within the vast Clwydian Range means Holywell has plenty of interesting walking routes to suit all abilities. The various walks may take in public footpaths, bridleways, woods, moorland as well as country lanes. Holywell has gone a long way to accommodate the needs of walkers and this has led to the town being accredited with the 'Walkers are Welcome' status.

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