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BikePark Wales the newest addition to a host of new mountain bike venues and trails in South Wales.
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Discover a mighty medieval fortress and the North Wales town which bears its name.
From limestone caves to mountain trails, there’s plenty to explore in this gem of a national park.
Cool in summer and sculptural in winter, there’s something truly magical about Welsh waterfalls.
World famous for its beaches, cliffs and wildlife, with endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
Go on, spoil yourself. Luxury hotels, five-star restaurants, a hot spa, something cold and fizzy…
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We know what a memorable golf experience is all about. A huge choice of breathtaking courses.
Wales really does have it all when it comes to mountain biking.
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Wales has 750 miles of coast, pristine rivers and lakes.
Everything to help organise your client’s visit.