It is easy to imagine Wales might have been created just for summer holidays. It is an ancient land blessed with a varied and beautiful natural landscape fringed by 870 miles of stunning coast path, golden beaches, secret coves and tiny harbours. 3 National Parks, Snowdonia with its magestic and accessable mountains, the Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons with its star studded Dark Sky Reserve provide extraordinary playgrounds for all ages to enjoy.
A wealth of thrilling adventures activities await you. Try mountain biking, myriad watersports, horse riding, canoeing, walking on the wild side even under waterfalls.
Travel by steam train, horse drawn canal barge, cable car or zip wire. Explore story filled castles, woollen mills and wind mills, ancient houses, gold, silver and coal mines and squeaky beaches.
Spot dolphins, porpoises, seals, red squirrels, red kites and masses more wildlife.
Eat cockles and laver bread, plump Conwy mussels, Anglesey oysters, sweet bara brith, Welsh artisan ice-cream and hand crafted chocolate.
Wales is a wonderful location for summer holidays, a natural playground with wide open spaces, abundant countryside, mountains and golden beaches filled with activities, attractions and events to please all ages.
This charming and sophisticated upside down cottage with fabulous views over the Glen Usk Estate and Valley is a lovingly converted 200 year old watermill in the pretty market town of Crickhowell. A wonderful base for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park.