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.
According to geneticists, the people in North Wales are the most ancient of Britons. That’s quite a history – and it’s all written in the stones, landscape and legends. Whatever your interest, here's where to discover it.
Mountains, castles and coast– there’s plenty of adventure to be found in Snowdonia, the oldest and biggest of Wales' three National Parks. Here are some highlights of the high country.
A beloved icon in the shape of an apple, the tiniest house, the oddest wall, the cast-iron lighthouse, the thousand-year-old haunted inn… Wales is home to some truly intriguing buildings. Peculiar architecture lover Jude Rogers (the architecture’s peculiar, not her, she swears...) explores them...