UK Spring break ideas

Spring – it’s our signature season. From St David’s Day on 1 March to the end of May, this is a great time to visit Welsh cities and castles or go walking, cycling, horse riding, sailing or surfing. We can’t promise the sun will shine. We can’t pretend the footpaths, tracks and trails won’t be muddy. But we can guarantee you birdsong, lambs, wildflowers and glorious daffodils.

Daffodils growing outside Caerphilly Castle
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Easter holidays

Spring’s a good time to be in Wales. The sunshine is that little bit warmer, the Easter hols have arrived and we’re feeling good. 

High roping at Steep Ravine adventure course at Bluestone Holiday Village
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Spring loaded activities

The daffs are out, the Spring lambs are frolicking, so do something great this Easter. 

St David's Day parade with Cardiff Castle in rear
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St David's Day

St David’s Day the day when Wales unites in spectacular style. Where to enjoy the celebration.

Tredegar House and Park
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The fine gardens of Wales

A selection of the finest gardens across Wales, maintained by the National Trust.

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My top place to visit in spring and summer would have to be Skomer, a Mecca for thousands of puffins, gulls and manx shearwaters. The Marine Nature Reserve around the island is just as rich. It’s truly memorable.

Iolo Williams, nature and wildlife television presenter
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Woman browsing the bags at Melin Tregwynt in Pembrokeshire
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Something for Mam

We go a bit soft for our Mams in Wales.  Let us help you find a perfect way to say ‘Diolch’. 

Puffin
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Spring & summer wildlife

Spring and summer is the perfect time to see grey seals, dolphins and colourful seabirds.

Coast at St Non's Bay
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5 great spring activities

Take a tip from Welsh wildlife and get active in spring.