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Stay in a pub and visit in Wales

Are you are thinking of spending your holiday in Wales? Wales is ideal for a whole host of holidays – family holidays, romantic getaways, walking holidays, weekend breaks and cultural holidays. With four regions to visit, North Wales, South Wales, Mid Wales and West Wales as well as three National Parks – Snowdonia, the Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons, tourists are spoilt for choice.

Walking in Wales – if you are a walking or hiking enthusiast, Wales is without doubt a fabulous place to visit. There are numerous trails to explore such as the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the Brecon Beacons National Park or more serious hiking in the Snowdonia National Park

Climbing in Wales – Wales is home to some of the UK’s highest mountains with Snowdon in North Wales’s Snowdonia range standing at 1,085m. Further south are the Brecon Beacons, a mountain range which includes the highest peak in Southern Britain, Pen y Fan.

Places to visit and things to do in North Wales

The Isle of Anglesey, Snowdonia, the Lleyn Peninsula and the North Wales coast make up the unofficial region known as North Wales. This is a holiday region that offers more variety of holiday experiences than any other region of Britain with over 100 miles of coastline with beautiful beaches along the Llyn Peninsula, 840 square miles of stunning National Park in Snowdonia, and the Clwydian Hills in the Borderlands. Passionate about language, music and history, with stunning scenery, beautiful beaches, magnificent castles and the mountains, lakes and waterfalls of the Snowdonia National Park there is so much to do and all within easy reach of Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester. Traditional family beach resorts with candy floss and Punch and Judy sit alongside sailing and windsurfing, choose from many resorts, most famous being Llandudno, Abersoch and Barmouth.

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Places to visit and things to do in Mid Wales

Mid Wales is ideal to visit for a rural holiday with the rich rolling green landscapes of Powys and the unspoilt Ceredigion coastline. It includes the Brecon Beacons, the Cambrian Mountains and the hills around Llanidloes. Ideal for walking, cycling and riding you can even watch dolphins from the beaches of Cardigan Bay. There are endless historic market towns to visit, castles such as Aberystwyth, Powis and Harlech, country houses such as Y Plas at Y Plas Machynlleth, gardens such as Portmeirion Village Gardens at Portmeirion Village and the Gardens & Grounds at Llangoed Hall, walking trails such as Nature Trail at Devil’s Bridge Waterfalls & Nature Trail and wildlife and nature reserves such as RSPB Ynys-hir Nature Reserve.

Places to visit and things to do in South Wales

South Wales is home to Wales’ capital city, Cardiff as well as the Glamorgan Heritage Coast. Cardiff is ideal for a city break being the hub of Welsh culture, sport and entertainment. Easy to explore on foot, there are plenty of shopping opportunities plus the National Museum of Cardiff, the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Castle (dating back to the late AD 50s) and of course the Principality Stadium. The Glamorgan coast just minutes from Cardiff offers fabulous coastal scenery and countryside and the cheerful family friendly beach resorts of Barry Island and Porthcawl. Don’t miss the Merthyr Mawr Sand Dunes.