UK Holidays, Short Breaks & Weekends in Wales

2018 is our Year of the Sea.

We’re celebrating Wales’ outstanding coastline and inviting you to discover epic experiences all around our shores. Start with our 870-mile Wales Coast Path which passes all manner of seascapes – thrilling,  perfect zen, and everything in between. You’ll pass hundreds of beaches, harbours, inlets and islands – while watching porpoises play and bottlenose dolphins dance in the distance.

Make this year the time to try a new coastal activity – like  kayaking, paddleboarding or coasteering. Or follow the rivers upstream and explore the inland shores of our lakes and reservoirs.

With a unique culture, warm Welsh welcome and the finest food and drink, Wales offers some of the UK’s most exciting coastal experiences of 2018.
Welcome to our Epic Shores.

This Epic Shores film features Extreme Environment Athlete Richard Parks. Find out more on our Epic Shores

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Velothon Wales, Caerphilly

Cycling in Wales

Cycling in Wales is easy we have smooth tarmac, signposts and scenery to spare.

Your next steps...

Barafundle, Pembrokeshire

Coasts Alive

2018 is Wales’ Year of the Sea and we’re inviting you to visit the epic events taking place.

Group jumping off cliff into the sea

Coastal family fun

Wales’ coast is packed with exciting activities the whole family will love!
Mawddach Trail

Family fun bike rides

No traffic, no sweat: find inspiration for relaxed cycles you can all tackle together.

Competitors pass through Caerphilly in front of the castle as they take part in the Velothon Wales

Start the adventure!

Sustrans have picked their favourite attractions to visit along the Celtic Trail cycle route.

Luke Evans, star of the Visit Wales Year of the Sea promo film, at the controls of the plane

Year of the Sea 2018 film

Our new film take you on an awe-inspiring journey that shows off the whole of the Welsh coastline
interior of restaurant

Coastal eateries

Where to eat – and what to eat - on Wales’ delicious coastline
Man on Bridge, Quakers Yard

Longer cycling routes

Discover the ten National Cycle Trails that offer great adventures on two wheels.

View of beach from large hotel windows

Unique sleeps in Wales

Magnificent sea, waterside and river stays to be had in Wales
Llangenith, Gower

Watersports in Wales

We like to get wet in Wales. Discover more watersports to try on your next holiday.

The Great Orme, Llandudno

The Wales Way

The Wales Way is a new family of three national routes that lead you into the heart of real Wales.
Green Man 2017 - Green Man effigy.

What's on

Check out our world-renowned events from arts to sports to food & drink.

Welsh Food Festival

Wales for your Clients

Everything to help organise your client’s visit.