Wales has plenty to offer from its beautiful beaches to its incredible mountain ranges as well as plenty of authentic Welsh culture attractions for those wanting to explore the history of Wales. Whether you’re interested in adventure and activities, nature and landscapes or culture and attractions there is sure to be something here for you!
Where to Stay in Wales
Your stay can be completely catered towards you as there is a great variety of accommodation to choose from including cottages, lodges, holiday lets, bed and breakfasts and of course hotels. Therefore, whether you are planning a couples getaway or a family holiday there is no doubt you will find somewhere perfect for you. North Wales boasts lively landscapes and distinctive culture with destinations such as Conwy, Flintshire and Wrexham ready to be explored. Whereas in South Wales, you will find the creative capital city of Cardiff, Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, plenty of culture and many vibrant communities to visit.
What to do on a break in Wales
If you enjoy scenic walks Wales does not disappoint, you have the opportunity to explore the incredible mountains as well as the picturesque coast. Not only that but the island of Anglesey is filled with quiet lanes and paths making it popular amongst walkers, especially as 95% of it is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As well as that, Montgomery Canal is another popular walk, it stretches from Llangollen Canal to Newtown cutting through part of the Severn Valley and Berriew, one of the most beautiful villages in Wales. For those looking for more adventure, why not visit Zip World, Bethesda where you can soar 500 feet in the air along the longest zip line in Europe.
Snowdonia National Park is crammed full of exciting activities for everyone to enjoy! First of all why not try mountain biking at Coed y Brenin with beginner and advanced trails, you will also find Zip World Velocity where you will soar over the Penrhyn Quarry or why not try hiking up the highest mountain in England and Wales, Yr Wyddfa for some breathtaking views. The fun doesn’t stop there, Bounce Below is an underground chamber filled with 3 trampolines offering you the most extraordinary bouncing experience and finally, for those who enjoy watersports Surf Snowdonia offers the opportunity to surf on a man-made lagoon in the heart of the countryside, sure to make your trip to Wales unforgettable.
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