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Visit Wales and your adventure begins...

Your adventure begins right here - let us Show you the Wales you might be missing and find your perfect place to stay, explore and visit our great attractions, events and activities.

Five reasons to Visit Wales:

  • Wales was voted at No.8 in Rough Guides' top ten countries in the World to Visit 
  • Wales is a modern country with a magnificent heritage and with over 600 castles and monuments to remind you of two thousand years of history
  • Three Welsh National Parks – Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire Coast and Brecon Beacons – perfect for walking, cycling and active weekends
  • Weekend breaks and getaways - treat yourself to luxury break away and great Welsh cuisine, unwind with family and friends in a local B & B, holiday cottage or holiday park or get back to nature camping or glamping
  • Explore our award-winning beaches, walk a section of the Wales Coast Path, take in the local wildlife at our nature reserves and find hidden treasures in our market towns

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What's On

24th Barnardos 20 mile Sponsored Walk

Sat 21 Oct 2017

Barmouth 0208 550 8822

 
 
 
A celebration of Sloths and Bats

Sat 21 Oct - Sun 5 Nov 2017

Kilgetty 01834 812731

 
 
 
A Darker Thread

Sat 15 Jul - Sat 21 Oct 2017

Carmarthen 01267 222775

 
 

Featured Attractions

Llyngwyn Fishing Lake

Rhayader

Llyngwyn is a 16 acre spring fed natural lake situated in a secluded area 3 miles east of Rhayader. As long ago as the 12th century this lake was stocked with Carp by the Cistercian Monks from nearby Abbey-Cwm-Hir.