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The rugged landscape of Dinas Dinlle beach near Caernarfon

Discover the Blue Flag beaches of North Wales

North Wales has long been a popular place for visitors and day-trippers, partly due to its accessibility and proximity to the English border, but also due to the stunning coastline that surrounds the mountainous region of Wales.  In this area of North Wales, you’ll find the regions of Conwy, Denbighshire, Gwynedd and Ynys Môn (or
Pen y Fan, South Wales' highest peak

9 things to see and do in the beautiful Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons are one of Wales’ most famous mountain ranges, named after the Old Red Sandstone peaks that surge towards the skyline from the billowing ridges and valleys that make up the Brecon Beacons National Park.  This area is made up of incredible mountainous scenery, with market towns, waterfalls, quarries, and wildlife burrowed into
The Sunken Forest at Borth

5 of Ceredigion's must-visit gems

Wales is famous amongst avid travellers and adventure-seeking families for a multitude of reasons, from the breathtaking coastline along with Pembrokeshire, the rolling hills in the Brecon Beacons to the rocky mountains of Snowdonia National Park that attracts thousands to hike up its rough terrain for the opportunity to look out over unspoiled landscapes. However,
The famous five arches in Tenby, the entrace to the Tenby Town Walls

6 amazing things to do in Tenby, southwest Wales

Picture postcard views are sometimes just that, and none more so than in Tenby. Quite fittingly in the ‘jewel in the crown’ of the Welsh Riviera, every day is like a holiday, where you can get lost in a daydream of panoramic views. The town, which was originally a 13th Century fishing harbour, holds a
Cwmdu, Brecon Beacons; A winter portrait under the Galactic Core

5 amazing Dark Sky spots in Mid Wales

Mid Wales is a place to visit to escape the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life. But it has so much more to offer, especially when the sun goes down. Dominated by the Cambrian Mountains, including the Green Desert of Wales, the region is thinly populated. It’s an area with an economy dependent on farming
Child on Porth Iago beach, North Wales

The 5 best beaches on the Llŷn Peninsula

The Llŷn Peninsula is a treasured part of North Wales for many reasons but stands out because of its beautiful views and spectacular, rugged landscapes. One of the most cherished parts of the region is the many great beaches which surround this headlands, outlining the towns and villages of this popular travel destination. With nearly
The Great Orme in Llandudno, North Wales

5 must-visit places in North Wales

North Wales is a land of epic landscapes and changing environments. It is a place alive with action and a rich, distinctive culture of its own. Amongst the transient topography, you can find some real gems that make this place one of the most immersive places to explore in Europe. Here you can find designated
9 things the locals do in Pembrokeshire

9 things the locals do in Pembrokeshire

When in Pembrokeshire, it’s not necessarily finding something to do that is the issue, more than finding the absolute best things to do. Here we give you the secret insights to what it is that the locals do in Pembrokeshire. Being based in this county, we have the insider knowledge that lets you roam the