While being famous for its training centre for kayakers, most of the tourists and visitors come for the various fun-filled paddle sports and rafting experiences, which are suitable for all ages.
Welcome to Bala
Bala (Y Bala in Welsh) is a market town in Gwynedd, lying within the old county of Merionethshire. In the 18th century, Bala was famous for the manufacture of flannel, stockings, gloves and hosiery.
The town lies at the northern end of Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid) and seventeen miles north-east of Dolgellau and has a population of around 2,000. The town is centered around one wide street, called Stryd Fawr (High Street or Great Street).
Bala Information Pages
A beautiful nine-mile return journey beside Bala Lake.
The club gives easy access to the largest & possibly the most picturesque sailing water in Wales.
Bala Lake (Welsh: Llyn Tegid) is the largest natural lake in Wales.
A charming rural property set on a farm, 2.5 miles outside Bala.
White Lion Royal Hotel dates back to the 16th century and offers accommodation with free on-site...
A Grade II listed building only a 16-minute walk from Bala Adventure & Watersports.
This four-star bed and breakfast offers a cosily furnished room with its own conservatory and...
A 17th century house that overlooks the town of Bala, which is just 8 minutes walk away.