22 April 2014 Early May bank holiday in Wales The kids are back in school, you're back in work. You close your eyes and memories of sandy shores, lush green mountains and lazy sun blessed Easter evenings come flooding back. Now, you could wait till your next planned holiday for a short break. Or you could use the early May bank holiday as a great excuse for a trip to Wales. Get on your high horse Horse riding Marloes Sands, Pembrokeshire You could visit one of our beaches and admire the view. You could stroll aimlessly in and out of rockpools. Or for those of you who like to explore on four legs, you can gallop along the waters edge. With the splash of the surf and the sea air filling your lungs. And if that's not your thing, you can walk through valleys, trot into rolling hills, trek beneath mountains and canter along high cliffs. The choice is yours. Go the extra mile Nash Point Lighthouse, Glamorgan Heritage Coast If you've got itchy feet, remedy it with a walking trip in Wales. As with the horse riding we have a huge variety of walks. Whether its a ramble along a certain section of the coast path, a wander around the home of Dylan Thomas, escaping into the mountains or simply an excuse to experience a gem of a hostelry. Come on, treat that boredom SOS with a short break in Wales. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items May Day! Holiday ahead! Why not join us for May Day weekend as we welcome summer? There’s plenty to do, we promise. North Wales sea breezes Picturesque gardens, historic castles and good food on the North Wales coast. Relaxing spa breaks The city lights, mountains, forests and sands all inspire a spa break in Wales. Guide to Aberystwyth Welsh actress Lydia Jones provides an insider’s guide to Ceredigion’s largest town - Aberystwyth.