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Visit Wales

Holiday in Wales: breathtaking beautiful

Wales stands out from the rest of Great Britain. Get acquainted with the special Celtic culture, the own dialect, the pleasant atmosphere and hospitality. Visit the cities of Cardiff and Swansea, the ancient castles, drive along the beautiful coast and discover the beautiful nature including Snowdonia National Park.

Things to do

Wales has breathtaking scenery and is great to travel around. Wales has the most castles in the UK, many landscaped gardens and a vast coastline. Visit one of the national parks such as the well-known Snowdonia.

Here you will find the highest mountain in Wales and many lakes, very popular among walkers. Brecon Beacon is for the sports enthusiasts among us a leader where you can cycle, ride, abseil or kayak in the beautiful nature. But the cities like Cardiff, Swansea or Newport are certainly worth a visit!

Outdoor activities

Wales is a country with enchanting landscapes and rugged coast. A must for the true outdoor enthusiast!

Camping in the Welsh nature is a real adventure! The campsites near the national parks are ideal. A perfect base to fully enjoy Brecon Beacons National Park, Snowdoni a or Pembrokeshire Coast.

Snowdonia National Park is the destination for hikers. The park is known for the highest mountain in Wales (1085m), has more than a hundred lakes, many waterfalls, valleys and vast forests.

Brecon Beacons is a national park that is suitable for the active amongst us. You can cycle, kayak, ride, abseil and climb walls. On a clear evening you can see the Milky Way here, as well as many (falling) stars. Really impressive!

The coastline of Pembrokeshire brings you along a varied landscape with harbors, beaches, cliffs, castles and picturesque villages. A beautiful walking area with spectacular views. Go on a boat trip to spot dolphins.