Fabulous Wales

Wales offers something for everyone. From the lush hillsides, mountainous regions & dramatic coastline to bustling cities, the country is packed with something for everyone.

Discover Wales

Wales boasts an incredible five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty alongside three national parks, while the dramatic, undulating coastline is well worth exploring, you will also discover quaint villages that sit alongside golden sandy beaches and traditional seaside towns.

No matter whether you are looking for an adrenalin-fuelled adventure through Snowdonia, a relaxing seaside break, or a cultural trip through one of the many cities, Wales is the perfect destination to make lifelong memories.

The country also plays host to some truly fantastic culinary delights, from five-star restaurants to delicious pubs cooking up fresh local produce.

Here we feature our more popular destinations in the Wales where we showcase a selection of fabulous holiday cottages, lodges, glamping and unique places to stay on your next trip.

North Wales

With a rich culture and incredible history, North Wales offers an abundance of fanastic attractions and experiences for the whole family. From the dramatic landscapes to stunning countryside, the region is a popular spot for weekend getaways and extended stays alike.

North Wales boasts two of the country’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites with the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and the collective Edwardian Castles and walled towns of Caernarfon and Conwy. The region also boasts some beautiful churches and monasteries, including the Bardsey Island church, which is rumoured to be the burial site of King Arthur.

While the region is famed for its historical sites and incredible landscape, in recent years, it has also become a cultural hub. The seaside towns such as Colwyn Bay regularly host lively proms and live music events, while Llandudno also regularly boasts an array of air shows and extravaganzas.

When it comes to food, North Wales has an abundance of restaurants and cafes to choose from. With nearly 250 miles of coastline, seafood is a major attraction, and the region boasts multiple international award-winning dishes. However, it is not all seafood, and there are many restaurants offering cuisine from across the globe, ensuring you will never go hungry!

Mid Wales

Nicknamed the green heart of Wales, Mid Wales offers a truly breath-taking landscape of rugged hills, spectacular coastlines and a vibrant array of busy market towns. Covering the counties of Ceredigion, Powys and Southern Meirionnydd, Mid Wales is a popular spot for short and long-term breaks.

The incredible natural landscape is one of the most popular attractions, with countless walking routes taking in everything from the green countryside to Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons. Mid Wales also hosts the UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere, medieval castles, Victorian country houses, and incredible nature reserves. For those holidaymakers looking to get closer to some wildlife, then a short boat trip from the Cardigan Bay coast will often reveal plenty of wild dolphins!

After a busy day exploring the amazing Mid Wales scenery, holidaymakers will find no shortage of places to relax and unwind in. From award-winning restaurants serving up culinary delights from across the globe to traditional pubs utilising local produce for an array of traditional British cuisine.

Mid Wales also places host to a range of vineyards, breweries and even a gin distillery, allowing visitors to sample an array of delicious local drinks.

South Wales

Home to Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, South Wales is a young, creative and vibrant region. However, while the southern regions offer a bustling mix of contemporary attractions, it also boasts a stunning collection of natural beauty, which makes it a popular place for those looking to explore some incredible walking routes.

Some of the most popular attractions in South Wales include the National Park, the Wales Coast Path and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including the Cyfarthfa Castle and Cosmeston Lakes and Country Park. There is also an abundance of historical monuments to explore, such as the nearly 1,000-year-old remains of Llanthony Priory in Abergavenny.

For those looking for a more contemporary experience, then a visit to Cardiff unlocks a vibrant mix of attractions. There is no shortage of exhibits to see, from live music shows and theatre performances to some incredible art galleries. South Wales also hosts some of the most popular restaurants in the country, alongside a range of vineyards and cider producers!

Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK, bursting with activities and attractions for the whole family. With a history that dates back over 8,000 years, there is no shortage of historical monuments in the Brecon Beacons, from ancient settlements and churches to medieval castles and industrial sites.

Alongside its incredible cultural history, the Brecon Beacons also has an abundance of natural beauty. From natural caves, rolling hillsides, pristine lakes and thick forests, the region is an amazing place to explore, and you never know what you might come across.

The Brecon Beacons also plays host to an amazing array of independent retailers to enjoy. Whether it is browsing the regular farmer’s markets at the Brecon Beacons National Park, exploring the local artisan producers, or taking in some of the amazing local art galleries.

The area is also famed for its food and drink, with local restaurants and cafes taking full advantage of the abundance of local produce on offer. Holidaymakers will be able to choose from gourmet restaurants serving up culinary delights from around the world to cosy traditional pubs and family-run cafes, ensuring there is no risk of going hungry!

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