14 April 2014 An Easter bank holiday break in Wales Just like buses, you wait for a bank holiday to come along and then three come together (well, almost). Make the most of the extra free time and head for a well earned break in Wales. You've decided you're coming to Wales. But where to go and what to do? Beaches in Wales Llangrannog beach, Ceredigion Maybe you're a beach bunny. You've obviously heard of one of the worlds top 10 beaches (and the best in the UK) - Rhossili Bay. And you might have heard of another beach from a popular TV programme. What about a less well known beach? Away from the madding crowd. You know, the ones with enough room that you could have a barbecue on. Or maybe you're trying to find that elusive perfect beach. We have plenty to choose from, with over 100 having a Blue Flag (and sometimes you can bring your four legged friend). A heritage break in Wales Caernarfon Castle, Snowdonia If you've seen our advert, you'll know we feature a couple of historical locations. Here in Wales we have a great mix of castles, churches and chapels. And an impressive collection of World Heritage Sites. And if that wasn't enough, more castles than you can shake a stick at. A taste for more Whatever you choose, we hope it'll give you more than enough reasons to return for your long and lazy summer holiday. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items In the swing of spring Get in the swing of spring over Easter break Easter Holidays Either a bank holiday or a short break, explore our great outdoors 5 great spring ideas Take a tip from Welsh wildlife and get active in spring. 10 brilliant picnic spots Fantastic places for an alfresco feast in Wales, as chosen by fans of our Facebook page. Lighthouses of Wales Alf Alderson has scoured Wales researching lighthouses for a new book. But which are his favourites? Lighthouses of Wales Alf Alderson has scoured Wales researching lighthouses for a new book. But which are his favourites?