UK Holidays, Short Breaks & Weekends in Wales

2018 is our Year of the Sea.

We’re celebrating Wales’ outstanding coastline and inviting you to discover epic experiences all around our shores. Start with our 870-mile Wales Coast Path which passes all manner of seascapes – thrilling,  perfect zen, and everything in between. You’ll pass hundreds of beaches, harbours, inlets and islands – while watching porpoises play and bottlenose dolphins dance in the distance.

Make this year the time to try a new coastal activity – like  kayaking, paddleboarding or coasteering. Or follow the rivers upstream and explore the inland shores of our lakes and reservoirs.

With a unique culture, warm Welsh welcome and the finest food and drink, Wales offers some of the UK’s most exciting coastal experiences of 2018.
Welcome to our Epic Shores.

This Epic Shores film features Extreme Environment Athlete Richard Parks. Find out more on our Epic Shores

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Silhouette of Llandaff Cathedral at sunset

October half-term

Fancy an autumn walk in the countryside, grazing round a food festival, or a spot of early Christmas shopping in the vast shopping centres.

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Barafundle, Pembrokeshire

Coasts Alive

2018 is Wales’ Year of the Sea and we’re inviting you to visit the epic events taking place.

Horses grazing by nature trail

Autumn & winter wildlife

Discover the birds and wildlife that make Wales their home for autumn and winter.

Carew Castle

Carew Castle

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Carew Castle

Man on Bridge, Quakers Yard

Longer cycling routes

Discover the ten National Cycle Trails that offer great adventures on two wheels.

View of beach from large hotel windows

Unique sleeps in Wales

Magnificent sea, waterside and river stays to be had in Wales
Llangenith, Gower

Watersports in Wales

We like to get wet in Wales. Discover more watersports to try on your next holiday.

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Green Man 2017 - Green Man effigy.

What's on

Check out our world-renowned events from arts to sports to food & drink.