The Wye Valley and the Vale of Usk offer a very lulling and rolling, very Welsh, sense of peace. You can get that feeling in a half-day away from urbanity, and then you’ll crave a week or more getting lost in the heart of the hills. Jude Rogers explains why.
Anglesey - an island rich in ancient monuments and sites where history really comes to life. It’s beautiful, too, with lovely coastal landscapes to explore.
World famous for its beaches, cliffs, islands and wildlife, the crinkled coast around Pembrokeshire offers endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
The Llŷn Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty draws families, walkers, watersports fans and is a haven for wildlife spotters too. Find out what you can enjoy in this rugged but beautiful part of Wales.
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.
Explore the rich history of Llangollen, the picturesque Dee Valley and a bit of Offa’s Dyke Path. Read on to discover the historic sites and sights along the Llangollen History Trail.