Action packed itineraries
Cardiff is a vibrant, cosmopolitan hub with a warm Welsh welcome. Find out what's on offer.
Warm your soul with a family break foraging and star-gazing in Pembrokeshire.
Family fun and adventure
History and heritage trails
For Welsh history and culture, our seven, free entry National Museums take some beating.
Discover our eccentric heritage with some wonderfully unusual places to visit.
Discover the quarry communities of Wales' UNESCO World Heritage site and their vibrant cultural landscapes.
Discover our waymarked long-distance routes that offer inspirational walking in Wales.
Take your kids into the wild, but not the mud. Discover plenty of pushchair friendly walks in Wales.
Find out about the regions of Wales: dramatic North Wales; rolling Mid Wales; the coastal West; and the urban South.
The epic landscapes of North Wales are alive with action, and a rich, distinctive culture. Find World Heritage, one of Europe’s oldest living languages, and the UK’s best adventure. Within the region of North Wales you'll find Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Wrexham and Ynys Môn (the Isle of Anglesey).
Home to Cardiff, the young and creative capital city, South Wales is a hub of sporting events and Welsh culture. Discover coastal hikes, vibrant communities and the serenity of the Wye Valley. Within the region of South Wales you'll also find Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Caerphilly, Merthyr, Monmouthshire, Newport, Torfaen, RCT, and the Vale of Glamorgan.
Mid Wales is the green heart of Wales. The clear seas, bright harbours and hidden coves of the Ceredigion coastline give way to red kite-filled skies, busy market towns and dramatic hill walks. Within the region of Mid Wales you'll find Ceredigion and Powys.
Cultural and coastal West Wales is home to our second city, Swansea. Ancient legends inspire contemporary creativity – and colourful seaside villages lead to some of the UK's best beaches. Within the region of West Wales you'll find Carmarthenshire, Neath Port Talbot, Pembrokeshire, and Swansea.
More around Wales
Cook yourself a traditional Welsh treat
Bara Brith is a rich fruit loaf made with tea. Here's our recipe for making this favourite Welsh tea-time treat.
Traditional Welsh crempogau are thick pancakes and traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday.
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