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Jude Rogers aces the school holidays by taking her husband and son on an all-ages, five day Mid Wales adventure. Read on to discover what they got up to.
Lose yourself in and around the quirky Mid Wales market town of Machynlleth. There's just so much to do.
Your guide to a showcase of some of the best places to experience our faith heritage in Mid Wales.
Lydia Jones' insider's guide to Ceredigion's largest town - Aberystwyth. Discover her favourite places to stay, eat amazing food and have a tasty cocktail, shop and chill out.
Cardiff - capital of Wales
Cardiff - capital of Wales
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.
A feast of easy access attraction ideas in North Wales for families with pushchairs and people with disabilities.
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
Find out why the mountains of Bethesda in North Wales are such a draw for singer, songwriter and actress Lisa Jên Brown, of 9Bach.
West Wales is a playground of natural splendour. It’s also a fantastic area for indoor explorations
Ringed by sparkling beaches, this tongue of land is so adored by walkers, birdwatchers, sunbathers and surfers that it’s always scooping awards. Read on to discover more about Gower in West Wales.
Visit the waterfront of Swansea Bay leading to the Mumbles and onto the beautiful Gower Peninsula. Here's ten things to do when on holiday in Swansea.
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.
A family trip around South Wales unearths some of the major tourist attractions.
The South Wales Valleys is one big adventure playground for all the family! Find out where you can ski, mountain bike or kayak your way to a great day out!