23 June 2016 Cadw sites go red - and free this Sunday - for the Wales team in Euro 2016 After a wonderful week for Welsh football, Cadw – who preserve historic environments in Wales – is lighting up some of the country's best-loved landmarks. Caernarfon Castle CADW released a video to preview this weekend's mark of celebration for Wales' Euro 2016 success. Set to a harp rendition of the footie anthem 'Zombie Nation', it features five of our iconic castles - Beaumaris, Conwy, Caernarfon, Caerphilly and Castell Coch - plus Tintern Abbey, all illuminated in bright red to match the colour of the Wales kit. What's more, Cadw are offering free entry to all the historic castles and sites directly managed by Cadw on Sunday 26 June to mark the Welsh team reaching the final 16. Among the sites that will be free to visit are Castell Coch, a 19th-century Gothic Revival castle surrounded by trees near Cardiff, the ever-striking Denbigh Castle from Edwardian times, and two of Wales’ UNESCO Heritage Site castles; Beaumaris Castle in Anglesey and Harlech Castle (which is very fitting, considering we've unofficially adopted 'Men of Harlech' into our book of football anthems). Beaumaris Castle lit up in red Here’s the full list of Cadw sites that will be free to visit on Sunday 26 June: • Beaumaris Castle • Caernarfon Castle • Caerphilly Castle • Castell Coch • Chepstow Castle • Conwy Castle • Coity Castle • Criccieth Castle • Denbigh Castle • Harlech Castle • Kidwelly Castle • Llansteffan Castle • Tintern Abbey Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Glamping Extravaganza Extreme sports Wales Red Bull extreme sports in Wales Year of Adventure Guide We’ve put together a handy content guide to provide inspiration. Find Your Epic We're collecting Epic experiences in Wales to give you some great holiday ideas! Behind the Scenes Our new ad campaign has been conceived and created by the Wales based creative company, Smörgåsbord. Festival No.6 I am not a number, I am a fabulous music and arts festival in Snowdonia.