Haunted hotspots and ghostly goings-on; these are some of the many spooky places to spend an evening in Wales
Your guide to some of the special sites of faith heritage across North Wales, including ancient islands of pilgrimage and pilgrimage routes, holy wells, remote mountain chapels and stunning stained glass windows.
West Wales, home to Wales' patron St David, has a fascinating religious heritage with much of it still possible to enjoy. Here are some suggestions for special places to visit and enjoy across West Wales - from ornate cathedrals and Bishop's Palaces to ruined chapels and ashrams.
Find out about a cast of legendary names from Welsh folklore and history. Read on for the stories about real historical figures like Owain Glyndŵr and Llywelyn ‘the Last’ and names from our rich folklore including King Arthur and the Mabinogion.