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From castles and culture to moors, mountains and beaches, there is so much to see and do on holiday in Wales. Wales has three National Parks to explore, from the Snowdonia National Park in the north to the Pembrokeshire National Park on the west coast and the Brecon Beacons in Mid-Wales, making Wales a great location for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. If you like the sound of a holiday in Wales but don’t know where to go or what to do, then read on, for more information about individual regions or towns, click on area name in the drop down locations menu.

Head to North Wales for uninterrupted views and unspoiled landscapes and find towns and villages steeped in history and boasting a strong sense of national pride. History buffs and architecture lovers will enjoy the many castles and ruins that can be found in North Wales, some of which are the best examples of their kind in the world. North Wales is both mountainous and coastal in almost equal measures. If you’re feeling adventurous, climb mount Snowdon and reap your rewards with the stunning view from the top. For those less keen on hiking, the same view can be enjoyed by taking the steam train to the summit! For a coastal holiday in North Wales, take a trip to one of the many towns and villages that line the north coast of Wales, from the island of Anglesey to the famous town of Perstatyn, a Welsh holiday by the sea is one to remember.

Mid-Wales offers acres of unspoilt countryside and woodland with post-card villages and market towns dotted throughout. Explore the Brecon Beacons on horseback, on a mountain bike or on foot, and climb the highest peak in southern Britain, Penyfan. Take time to look skywards at night and enjoyed the night’s sky unspoiled by electrical light as the Brecon Beacons was recently made the fifth Dark Skies Reserve in the world.

Take a trip to the West coast of Wales and enjoy miles of sandy beaches, pretty coastal villages and historic towns. Visit the resting place of Saint David in Britain’s smallest city and see why this area was so inspirational to the famous poet, Dylan Thomas.

Visit South Wales and you’ll have plenty of options for what to do. The Brecon Beacons extend to the fringes of South Wales, offering you the chance for a country escape. If you’ve had your fill of outdoor activities and want to take in some city sights and culture, head to Swansea or Cardiff, both cities offer an extensive array of shopping destinations, theatres, museums and options for fine dining and cultural cuisine.

Plan your holiday in Wales here with our wide range of accommodation including Wales hotels, self-catering cottages, B&Bs and holiday parks. For a holiday with a difference, take a look at our log cabins, lodges and glamping campsites throughout Wales.

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