03 April 2014

Leaping lambs!  Some great ideas for spring breaks and days out...

Lamb in a field

Spring lamb, Snowdonia National Park

 by Lee Bell

We’re into the swing of spring already and for those of you who’ve spotted our shiny new ads (directed by Marc Evans) on the telly, you too can visit some of the featured locations and see some of the sites highlighted in the campaign. Whether its beach BBQing, dolphin-spotting and hurling yourselves down hills on a bike, there's plenty to brush away the cobwebs. If you’re tired after all that, why not check out these lovely spots for camping in Wales? 

Get back to nature

A 'glamping' bell tent at Seithfed Nef in Snowdonia

A bell tent at Seithfed Nef, Snowdonia by Seithfed Nef

Always wondered what it feels like to fly? How about launching yourself down Europe’s fastest zipwire in Snowdonia, like 13 year old Finlay George? Kids today! If you’re stuck for ideas on where to see some of the finest nature and wildlife locations this season, take a look at these recommendations for North and Mid-Wales.

Dog-friendly breaks

Nicky and her dog 'Bear' lying on Traeth Mawr beach, Newport in Pembrokeshire

Nicky and 'Bear' on Traeth Mawr beach in Newport, Pembrokeshire by Nicky Phillips

Our expert voice features this month come courtesy of Nicky Phillips and her pooch-mad family who take a dog-friendly break in Pembrokeshire; Hannah Ellis, granddaughter of legendary Welsh writer Dylan Thomas who shares Dylan's most cherished places in Wales and Sophie Hurst, owner of Preseli Venture who outlines some of the best watery adventure breaks to be had in Wales.