Wales Lakes by Region
Wales Lakes and Reservoirs
Wales Lakes A-Z
Lakes in Wales
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
Also known as: Llyn Tegid
Bala Lake is nestled in the gentle rolling hills of North Wales and has stunning mountains resting in the background. The lake, called Llyn Tegid in ...
Also known as: Llyn Efyrnwy, Vyrnwy Reservoir
Lake Vyrnwy (Llyn Efyrnwy in Welsh) is a beautiful man-made reservoir constructed in 1888 to provide the City of Liverpool with a reliable and plentiful ...
Also known as: Llangors Lake, Lake Syfaddan, Lyn Syfaddan
Sitting within Brecon Beacons National Park, Llangorse Lake stands as the largest natural lake in South Wales and second largest in the principality of ...
Also known as: Lake Brenig, Llyn Brenig Reservoir
Llyn (Lake) Brenig is a sparkling 920-acre (3.7 square kilometer) reservoir located in North Wales, in the heart of the Denbigh moors. Nestled between ...
|Llyn Brianne Reservoir||
Also known as: Llyn Brianne, Lake Brianne
The Llyn Brianne Reservoir is a beautiful 530-acre (2.1 square kilometer) body of water nestled in the Cambrian Mountains of Mid-Wales. Created in 1972 ...
Also known as: Lake Clywedog, Clywedog Reservoir
The Clywedog Reservoir, or Llyn (Lake) Clywedog, was formed by damming the River Clywedog, a tributary of the River Severn, in 1967. The concrete buttress ...
Also known as: Lake Padarn
Llyn Padarn (Lake Padarn) is a sparkling 242-acre (one square kilometer) lake nestled in the Llanberis Pass at the foot of Mount Snowdon, (Wales' highest ...
Also known as: Llysyfran Reservoir
Nestled at the base of the Preseli Mountains of Southwest Wales, Llys-y-Fran Reservoir is a 212-acre, (0.9 square kilometers) man-made lake within the ...