While we are happy to talk about how alluring and spectacular all of our beaches are here in Wales, three popular North Wales resorts have been recognised for their desirability, and as a result have made the top 20 in a review site’s list of favourite Blue Flag beaches in the UK.
A survey conducted by PromotionalCodes.org.uk saw Wales grab the top spot for value on activities, which included a trip to a theme park, a stately home visit, an educational museum trip, a day at the beach and finally, visiting a zoo. Continue reading “Wales named best value region in UK for summer holiday” »
The legendary Blue Bird automobile made a celebrated return to Pendine Sands, just around the corner from our south Wales holiday cottages, in order to help celebrate the 90th anniversary of its driver, Sir Malcolm Campbell, accomplishing a new World Land Speed record of 150mph, in 1925.
It has been revealed this week that the Welsh government will follow through with plans to use over £900m as a means of transforming rural Wales, which will feature a heightened focus on food innovation and the meat sector, respectively.
These parks and green spaces play an important role in communities, and are fantastic places to visit and relax. Continue reading “Wales leads the way with award winning parks” »
There are a host of ways in which you can take in the sights and sounds of the beautiful Welsh countryside and everything that resides there, including the spectacular wildlife. But there aren’t many better ways to enjoy it than by spending the day exploring the amazingly well-maintained National Parks.
Dogs are one of our nation’s great loves, though many people may not know that Wales has a few dog breeds which it can claim title to. A number of these are especially rare, meaning that they are little-known, but are still important to the history and culture of Wales. Read on to find out more about these special breeds which make us proud to be Welsh:Continue reading “5 dog breeds which call Wales their home” »