Forget the well-trodden tourist trail. Living like a local is the best way to sample all the hidden delights of this legendary land. Avoid the hordes with itineraries full of insider knowledge – they’re designed to fill your day with authentic experiences, ensuring you soak up your fair share of Welsh culture. Stroll through our friendly farmers’ market and sample fresh food from local growers, then sip an ice-cold brew in a cosy Welsh pub with our off-the-beaten-track days out.
Discover Narberth Food Festival. Expect live music, street theatre and heaps of epic activities.
Take a scenic hike at St Govan’s Chapel. Camera at the ready – the limestone cliffs are spectacular.
Café Mor has an array of edible delights and drinks to glug, with a view of a surfing paradise.
Stroll through Riverside Food Market and sample local produce. Fantastic flavours and river views.
Feast your eyes on some fine art. Peruse some of Monet’s iconic works at National Museum Cardiff.
Got a soft spot for craft ales? The City Arms sources and serves only the highest quality beer.
Caernarfon Castle in Gwynedd, North Wales
We’ve come up with some short break holiday itineraries for each of the regions: North, South, Mid and West.
Legendary Sword at the Eisteddfod
Over the Summer our Year of Legends campaign will see a legendary sword of epic proportions visiting some key locations around Wales.
The new Visit Wales TV add conjures up a cast of legendary names from Welsh folklore
Snowdonia, North Wales
Wales is a backdrop for many epic film productions.
We’ve come up with days out to suit all ages, tastes and budgets.