Explore Wales and discover breathtaking beaches, historic castles and quaint villages. Here's some ideas to get you started, plan your journey today!
This gritty, dark-stoned fortress has the rare ability to evoke an authentic medieval atmosphere.
Barmouth has one of the most impressive locations in Wales, with the Mawddach Estuary and Cardigan Bay lapping at its toes and the
foothills of Snowdonia rising dramatically at its back.
The largest castle in Wales, and the second largest in Britain, Caerphilly was locked within water defences when it was built by the English during the 13th century.
The ideal base for further exploration of the Cambrian Mountains, the surrounding countryside and the vast sweep of Cardigan Bay.
One of the prettiest and cosiest Welsh seaside towns, and a gateway to southern Pembrokeshire. The town’s Welsh name, Dinbych-y-pysgod (Little Fortress of the Fish), is a nod to the dainty harbour beside Castle Hill.
Swansea is the gateway to the Gower Peninsula, the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, full of award-winning beaches, unspoilt countryside and fine dining.
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