This small island is said to be the most romantic spot in Wales, and is thought to have been the home of Saint Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers. Legends say that if you declare your love and seal it with a kiss on the island, your love will last forever. More realistically, you can also simply enjoy walking along coastal footpaths, exploring the island's pebbled beaches and taking in spectacular views of Snowdonia and the surrounding peninsula.
On a few select nights each year the tower at Gwrych Castle is available for couples to hire. The tower has incredible sunset views over the Irish Sea. Cosy up with warm blankets around the fireplace and enjoy a selection of canapés with champagne or mulled wine. This is the ultimate romantic night out, and you will not see anyone else all evening.
Walk down this famous beach, which you might recognise as the set for a number of films and television shows, thanks to its natural beauty and quaint village. Go for a paddle in the ocean if the sun is shining, or stop by Ty Coch Inn for a pub lunch next to a roaring fire.