Southern Snowdonia is a place where anybody would find it pleasing to spend his time as the place has different aspects to it that would attract people of different interest and at the same time, the natural beauty of the area is quite remarkable. Apart from vast attractions in terms of wildlife and for family and friends, Bala, Southern Snowdonia is a place of great historical significance. This area has a witness to a number of important events of world history.
In the year of 1404, the parliament of Owain Glyndwr was held in Machynlleth and during the 17th century, the Quakers took the message from Dolgellau to America. During the 19th century there was held a discussion for a Welsh colony in the area of Patagonia in Bala. The end of the Civil War was marked when Harlech Castle surrendered to the forces of the parliament in the year of 1647. Therefore, Bala, Southern Snowdonia is the right place for those who have a liking for history.