Wales has long been a popular holiday destination for those drawn to its tantalisingly unspoilt beaches, breathtaking mountains, characterful resorts and lush valleys.

The countryside speaks for itself, whether the towering mountains of the Snowdonia country park, the untouched coastline and pristine beaches, the moors and valleys or the lakes and woodlands of Pembrokeshire.

Those with an adventurous spirit will find plenty to get the heart racing. More gentle pursuits include enjoying the splendid golf courses dotted across the countryside, visiting craft markets, discovering exotic plants in the many gardens across the country, shopping in the vibrant capital city, Cardiff, or visiting the area around Swansea, with its stunning bays and peninsulas. Traditional seaside resorts can be found at Rhyl, Llandudno, Tenby and Barry Island, all with fabulous beaches and heaps of indoor and outdoor attractions.

There are over 600 castles across Wales, providing clues to the fascinating, colourful past of this land. There is a strong history of mining, stretching back over 3500 years, and visitors can experience first-hand what it must have been like for those toiling underground. Museums and art galleries abound, bringing history to life and celebrating Wales’s many creative outpourings.

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