Category : Wales

Be’ sy’ mewn enw? What’s in a name?

Well as it turns out, quite a lot actually. Whilst most people may visit Wales to enjoy the rugged mountains, stunning coastline and a hearty slice of Bara Brith, those with an interest in history and heritage may also be keen to discover more about Welsh place names. Not only do they tell us about […]

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Top six adventure holidays in Wales

It is no wonder that the small but diverse country of Wales is often described as the adventure capital of Europe. It’s majestic peaks, fast flowing rivers and miles and miles of coastline have created the perfect playground for thrill seekers and adventure lovers to enjoy. From hiking, mountain biking, caving, climbing, surfing, canoeing and […]

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The 11 Best Places to Visit in Snowdonia

Snowdonia sits in the northwest corner of Wales, taking its name from the renowned Mount Snowdon. The area offers guests the opportunity to explore its raw, natural beauty with rugged mountains, rocky terrains and plenty of history.  With 15 peaks above 3,000 feet scattered throughout the area, Snowdonia is an adventurer’s haven. Alongside its mighty […]

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Things to do on a rainy day in the Brecon Beacons

Britain is notorious for bad weather with Wales being right up there as one of the places where a little rain is definitely to be expected. The beautiful thing about the Brecon Beacons (as well as the magnificent forests, waterfalls, mountains and landscapes) is that the rain isn’t a problem as there is still so […]

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10 Fantastic Reasons to Visit Pembrokeshire

Tucked away on the far south westerly corner of Wales you will find the hidden gem of Pembrokeshire. Whether you are ripe for an adventure or are simply looking to relax in breath-taking scenery, the combination of the towering sea cliffs, stunning beaches and unspoilt coastal paths is hard to beat. Coupled with wild moors and […]

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Cardigan and the Ceredigion Coast Travel Guide

Looking through the opening of a cave out onto a sandy beach

If you like long sandy beaches, stunning coastal walks and an abundance of wildlife, you should seriously consider a holiday to Cardigan and the Ceredigion coast in west Wales. The award winning beaches make it the perfect spot to catch some waves, build a sandcastle or watch wild dolphins play in the sea. For those […]

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Best seaside holidays in the UK

A sandscastle with Union Jack, yellow bucket and spade on a British beach.

If you are looking to blow the cobwebs away and recharge those batteries there is nothing more rejuvenating than a holiday by the sea. Enjoy relaxing in the sun with the sand between your toes whilst listening to the waves gently crashing on the shore. Go body boarding, build a sandcastle or simply enjoy the […]

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