17 March 2014

Easter breaks in Wales

Easter is finally on the horizon. With that extra hour of sunlight in the evening, now is the time to start exploring our mountains, coastline and beaches.

A family Easter break

2 children playing on Llandudno seafront

Llandudno seafront

How about an Easter school holidays break? Everything is fresh, lush and green. So gather your tribe, take them for a family ramblebike ride or glide along our rivers. Hopefully you'll spot some springtime wildlife. For the more adventurous, have a family watersports adventure. Definitely something for them to tell their classmates about when they get back.

Easter for the grown-ups

Rafting on Tyweryn River

White water rafting on Afon Tryweryn, Snowdonia

Offering the same as an Easter family holiday but taken up a notch. The adrenaline rush of white water rafting. Stretching your legs along one of Wales' National trails, hiking from anywhere from 2 hours to 2 days. Or going the distance on 1,200 miles of National Cycle Routes

If this sounds a bit too much like hard work, then climb aboard the Real Ale Trail bus for a tour along the Flintshire Real Ale Trail.