UK holidays, short breaks, and wonderful weekends in Wales

A safe welcome back

COVID-19 Coronavirus: We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors back to Wales in a way that is safe for staff, community and visitors alike.

Mid Wales

Cardiff - capital of Wales

Cardiff's indie food scene

Cardiff has a buzzing indie food scene that’s hiding in plain sight among the arcades, side-streets and suburbs of our capital city. It just takes a little local know-how to discover it – and Jane Cook, the award-winning blogger behind Hungry City Hippy, knows just where to look.

Cardiff

North Wales

Must do on Anglesey

Celtic folklore, the Roman invaders of 60AD were scared witless by Anglesey's fearless Celtic druids. Visitors are welcomed more warmly these days. Find out what you can see and do on Anglesey.

North Wales

Exploring the Menai Strait by boat

With over 800 miles of coastline, Wales offers watery excitement for kids of all ages. Travel writer Jeremy Head, wife Karen and 8 year old son Joe spent a day exploring the Menai Strait between Anglesey and North Wales at the Plas Menai National Outdoor Centre

North Wales

West Wales

South Wales

Sun-dappled trails

William Wordsworth sighed over its “steep woods, lofty cliffs and green pastoral landscape.” JMW Turner immortalised it in his paintings. Over two centuries later, the Wye Valley is still as enchanting as ever. It’s a superb choice for an active break, exploring by kayak, on horseback or on foot.

Wye Valley and Vale of Usk

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