Give us a day and we’ll fill it with dramatic moments, exhilarating experiences and fresh ideas. Ride perfect, man-made waves amid towering mountains, bounce around deep inside a Welsh cavern, then talk about how epic it all was over a mouth-watering meal. Throw yourself head first into the land of legends with itineraries that will help you tick off three bucket-list items in just one momentous day.
Beginner or pro, Surf Snowdonia lets you ride perfect waves beneath epic mountains.
Play, slide, jump and bounce from net to net in Bounce Below’s caves. Perfect for thrill-seekers.
Enjoy iconic Welsh dishes like mussels with cream and cider on the water-side. It’s a foodie’s dream.
Race over the rapids at Cardiff’s White-Water course for a real adrenaline boost.
Dry off with delightful Welsh dishes and a pint of real ale from Wales’ thriving craft beer scene.
Gaze up at the night sky from the Brecon Beacons for one of Wales’ best starry views.
Vale of Rheidol Railway, Mid Wales
Perched high on the mountains, this Nant-yr-Arian forest offers cycling at its most thrilling.
Hop onboard a journey through Wales' spectacular scenery, reaching the world-famous Devil's Bridge.
End your epic day in a cabin, bell tent or even a Georgian farmhouse and soak up nature's beauty.
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.