Year of Discovery film allowfullscreen Our 2019 Visit Wales film captures our epic shores with Welsh actor-turned-pilot, Luke Evans, who takes us on an epic aerial journey along our incredible coastline in just 60 seconds. The location The opening scenes of the advert were shot on location at Llyn Gwynant in the heart of Snowdonia. This is a popular location for canoeing and kayaking. It’s here that we see Luke take off in a sea plane and make his way down to Cardiff Bay, looking back on Wales from above. Here is the full list of all locations featured on the 60 second version of the film: Llyn Gwynant Snowdon Three Cliffs Bay Llangennith Ramsay Island Near Three Cliffs Bay Abereiddy Marloes Sands Glamorgan Heritage Coast Penclawdd Rhossili Cardiff Bay Barrage Cardiff Bay Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items South Wales history The Big Bang, castles built on shifting sands, the rise of industry and the call of the collieries. Unique buildings in Wales The tiniest house, the oldest inn, the oddest wall and other intriguing places to visit in Wales. Bala breaks A lake surrounded by mountains, rich in culture, Bala is ‘real’ Wales at its very best. A Celtic Manor getaway The extraordinary Celtic Manor is a brilliant place for an action-packed getaway. Music festivals in Wales Feed your mind, body and soul at one of the dozens of festivals taking place across Wales this year The story of North Wales From Viking beginnings to craftsmen, harpists and sunbathers, north Wales has quite a history.