From the idyll of Swansea Bay to the beautiful Gower Peninsula, a trip to Swansea is a must.
A visit to Swansea is a must: take in the sweeping waterfront of Swansea Bay leading to Mumbles and onto the beautiful Gower Peninsula. Not complete without trying one of the famous Welsh-Italian ice cream parlours.
Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, is a great destination. You don’t just have to take our word for it. Wales was voted one of the world’s top 10 must-visit countries by Rough Guides and Lonely Planet, while Cardiff came out as Europe’s third best capital city to live in.What makes Cardiff so special is its mix of old and new culture, its vibrant food scene, its major events and the beautiful countryside on its doorstep. Enjoy!
Where better to enjoy the great British seaside than the friendly resorts on the North Wales coast?
Whether you’re in the mood for a nostalgic family getaway complete with sandcastles, candy floss and Punch and Judy or an active break featuring sailing, windsurfing or hiking, there are beaches and resorts in North Wales that suit your need. Here are some of the best beaches and coastal areas in the region so that you can plan your holiday around the waves.
Cardiff bay offers heaps to do – eateries, boat trips and cultural attractions. Enough to keep you occupied all day… and into the night. Here are Cardiff-based writer and local resident Helia Phoenix’s favourites.
On call – five birds you’ll see (and hear) on the Wales Coast Path
Discover five evocative bird sounds that you might hear on your coastal journey.
A walk on our 870-mile Wales Coast Path is packed with amazing sights and sounds, many of which come from our thriving population of seaside birds. Here are a few of the feathered residents to keep your eyes (and ears) open for.
The smallest of mainland Britain’s component countries, Wales offers many wonderful reasons to visit. The south includes cosmopolitan Cardiff, famous for its magnificent castle and a good base from which to begin exploring the rest of the country. With its splendid shopping arcades and many well-reserved historic buildings, it’s a city with plenty of places to visit and things to do.When you’re ready to venture further afield, you’ll find an abundance of attractions and sightseeing opportunities, including more than 400 castles and fortifications, countless gardens, breathtaking scenery, and a network of heritage railways that connects much of the country. However you decide to spend your time in Wales, rest assured you’re in good hands; the Welsh are some of the most interesting, easygoing people you’ll find anywhere. To learn more about the top things to do in this lovely country, be sure to review our list of the top tourist attractions in Wales.