Beautiful Landscape




There’s more to Wales than rugby and who can forget the tales from Ivor the Engine!

The epic landscapes of Wales are alive with action and a rich, distinctive culture. Find World Heritage sites and one of Europe’s oldest living languages. Choose from snow-capped mountains to sleepy villages and wild coastlines, or explore South Wales, young and creative capital city – Cardiff.


Mid Wales is the green heart of Wales. The clear seas, bright harbours and hidden coves of the Ceredigion coastline give way to red kite-filled skies, busy market towns and dramatic hill walks. Within the region of Mid Wales you'll find Ceredigion and Powys.


Cultural and coastal West Wales is home to its second city, Swansea. Ancient legends inspire contemporary creativity – and colourful seaside villages lead to some of the UK's best beaches. 

Things to do in Wales

There’s no shortage of things to do wherever you are in Wales. Hike or bike in the many family friendly trails in Snowdonia National Park or plan a jeep safari in the Brecon Beacons. Visit the “international important” National botanic Gardens or a lovely sight-seeing steam ride on the Bala Lake Railway


Top  attractions

  • Llandudno Country Park

  • Conwy Castle

  • Gower Peninsula “The Mumbles”

  • Cardiff Bay

  • Yns Llanddwyn -Anglesey 

  • Tenby

  • Bodnant Garden

  • Dan yr Ogef – National Showcaves of Wales 

  • Welsh Mountain Zoo

  • Merthyr mawr Warren National Nature Reserve

  • Snowdonia Safaris

  • Devils Bridge Waterfall and Nature Reserve

Events in the region 

  • Wonderwool Wales

  • Ironman Wales

  • Festival of Voice Millennium Centre

  • Steel House Festival at Ebbw Vale 

  • Between the Trees Festival

  • Tenby Blues Festival

How strange are the tricks of memory, which, often hazy as a dream about the most important events of a man's life, religiously preserve the merest trifles

Richard Burton

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