The Porthdinllaen pub fought off competition from beach bars in Australia, Florida and Dubai in the list compiled by a travel website.
The Ambulance Service has confirmed a child and a man in his 60s sustained injuries and have been taken to Gwynedd Hospital at Bangor.
A national pressure group has joined forces with campaigners to oppose plans for a pump-storage power station in Llanberis.
The Halo Foods factory at Tywyn in Gwynedd will close tomorrow. The company is moving production to its plant at Newport in South Wales. Only a tenth of the workforce is taking up the company's offer to move to the new factory.
It's emerged that the firm was considering moving out of Wales altogether, and transferring to Eastern Europe.
The loss of more than a hundred jobs at one of the town's biggest employers is expected to hit the area hard. There are calls for help to attract more investment.
Kevin Ashford reports.
A Gwynedd man has been given a ten week custodial sentence at Caernarfon Magistrates Court after being found guilty of multiple animal welfare offences on 25th October.
Evan Lloyd Evans, 68, from Pwllheli, was charged with causing unnecessary suffering and failing to meet the welfare needs of 51 horses at his property.
The court heard that on a visit to the property RSPCA officers had to put nine horses to sleep because they were suffering from untreatable hoof conditions. Around 50 horses were removed by the RSPCA because they were suffering from inappropriate hoof care and living in an unsuitable environment.
Evan Evans has been banned from keeping or owning horses for 10 years.
RSPCA Inspector Mark Roberts said: "The conditions we found at Criccieth Stud were appalling and completely inappropriate for the ponies kept there. Many of them had acute problems with their feet and other serious health issues."
Four people have been airlifted to hospital after their boat capsized off the Gwynedd coast.
It overturned close to the shore near Aberdovey and Tywyn.
Those on board managed to get ashore, but they were flown to Bronglais Hospital as a precaution by an RAF rescue helicopter.
Milford Haven coastguard said the group were assessed on shore, and had suffered no injuries.
A Salmonella outbreak in Conwy and Gwynedd could be linked to the consumption of cooked ham, an investigation has shown.
So far 51 people, aged between seven months and 87 years old, have been affected by the outbreak, which was originally detected in August.
One new case in Wales has been identified, meaning there are 21 laboratory confirmed and two probable cases here.
There are 30 laboratory confirmed cases in England.
Nine people have required hospital treatment as a result of the illness.
– Dr Judy Hart, Consultant in Communicable Disease Control for Public Health Wales
The strain of Salmonella we are investigating is very unusual so it is highly unlikely that the cases in England and Wales are coincidence.
Testing has been carried out on ham supplied to a number of butchers identified as part of the investigation. No trace of Salmonella has been found, but other hygiene issues were identified that led to one supplier voluntarily withdrawing certain batches of ham.
A number of lines of inquiry are still being investigated and we continue to monitor the situation.
Bear Grylls has backed down over a slide he installed on his island holiday home. Gwynedd council say he intends to remove the slide from St Tudwal’s West, off the popular resort of Abersoch, after concerns about safety and whether it needed permission.
Abersoch lifeboat crews in Gwynedd were called out in the early hours of this morning after a man suffered leg and chest injuries.
Crews helped give first aid to the man, who had leapt from a wall into an inlet from a bridge.
He had been pulled out of the water unconscious by two of his friends.
A Sea King helicopter was called from Valley in Anglesey and the man, in his mid-twenties, was winched on to the road where he was attended to on a stretcher by paramedics.
He was then flown to Bangor hospital.
Coastguards are warning this bank holiday about the use of jet-skis after a woman and a man were injured in a collision near Porthmadog in Gwynedd.
The riders were airlifted to hospital yesterday after an RAF rescue helicopter from Valley on Anglesey and the North Wales air ambulance were sent to the scene at Samson's Bay.
Holyhead coastguards say the woman suffered severe leg injuries and a man has head injuries.
It's the second jet ski crash of the weekend. On Friday, a 12-year-old boy was airlifted to hospital after a collision with his kayak and a sea scooter off Abersoch beach.
Police are trying to trace the driver of a jet ski after it crashed with a kayak which had four children aboard off Abersoch beach.
A 12-year-old boy has been airlifted to hospital to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor. The other three children were checked over by paramedics at the scene.
Four children have been rescued from the sea off Abersoch beach in Gwynedd after being hit by a jet ski.
One child was seriously injured and has been airlifted to Ysbyty Gwynedd. The other three were treated at the scene.
It's understood the children were on a kayak when the collision happened close to Warren Holiday Park around 17:40 BST.
Holyhead Coastguard attended alongside North Wales Police and the Welsh Air Ambulance.
An outbreak of salmonella is being investigated in north west Wales, health officials said today.
A statement from Public Health Wales said a total of 22 people had been diagnosed with salmonella since mid July, with five of the cases requiring hospital treatment.
The outbreak is centred in Conwy and Gynedd.
"Anyone who lives in, or has visited, north west Wales since the middle of July and is experiencing diarrhoea, stomach cramps, vomiting and fever should contact their GP or NHS Direct Wales on 0845 4647," the statement urged.