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Highlights in Wales
- Majestic castles
- Lush forests
- Outdoor activities
- Breathtaking landscapes
- Hiking trails
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Despite being a small territory, Wales has more than 600 castles, 200 beaches, 3 national parks, and rich culture and history that fascinate any curious tourist. You can find accommodation near immense lush fields and in corners away from the bustle of the city with an architecture and landscape that will make you feel as if you are in the last century.Cottages with capacity for all tastes
If you’re planning your holidays with your family, partner, friends or alone, in Wales, there are enough offers of cottages ready to receive your entire group. Comfortable cottages with capacity for 2, 5 or 9 people and even pets, with access to green gardens and amazing views, such as farms, wildlife, castles and colonial buildings. Go ahead and live this experience!
Travellers and activities
Wales is an excellent city for hiking enthusiasts! 25% of its territory is made up of national parks in which you can freely roam. In the Snowdonia National Park, located in North Wales, you can find several routes with different degrees of complexity, if you are a beginner you can even climb to the top on the Snowdon Mountain Railway, without having to do the climbing yourself; but you can also participate in the annual Snowdon race, in July; or you can follow the Snowdon Horseshoe route, where you climb the mountain. In this national park you can go hiking and enjoy the impressive natural landscape.Wales for couples
Wales is definitely a charming country, ideal for lovers. On January 25, they celebrate the day of Saint Dwynwen, the patron saint of lovers, so the celebrations on Valentine's Day are especially festive. Couples who want to have a romantic experience away from everyday life can visit Anglesey, the largest island in Wales, where they can delight in the landscapes and historical richness of the region. They can also access the secluded Puffin Island, which is accessed by a long and romantic boat trip.
Wales is such a magical country that the Harry Potter, Robin Hood, Snow White and Alice in Wonderland films have been shot or set in this country.
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Located just 50 kilometres from the capital of Wales, is this majestic national park that extends for 1,350 square kilometres, combines inhospitable areas that serve as a training ground for British soldiers, with optimal routes for hiking, landscaping and enjoyment In the open air, it has an amazing exotic fauna, rivers, waterfalls, caves and an adventure park.2. The most important Castle in Wales
Caernarfon Castle stands out from the other 640 that exist in Wales since despite being built in 1283, today it is one of the best preserved forts in Europe. It is an imposing construction that has stood up to numerous attacks, captures and sieges by the enemies of the Kingdom. Due to its historical and cultural value, it is one of the must-see destinations in Wales.3. Try the gourmet Welsh "rarebit"
Wales is not particularly known for its gastronomy, but its traditional dish is a must when visiting. It is a toast of bread with creamy Welsh cheese, which stands out for the quality of its ingredients. In the capital, Cardiff, you can buy it in the cafes of Castle Quarter or Madame Fromage where they offer more than 150 varieties of this menu.4. The amazing local produce at Swansea Market
The great trick of Welsh cuisine lies in the freshness of its products and spices. You can find exotic ingredients in the local markets, however, the one that offers the greatest variety because it is the largest of all is Swansea, experience the aromas, colours, sweets, drinks and the whole range of gastronomic options it offers this market.5. Visit the longest named town in the UK.
In Anglesey, in North Wales, there is a town that became famous for its peculiar name composed of 58 letters: Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, although once there is not much to do, since it is quite colonial and basically there are only little houses, it is incredibly novel to tick this city off your bucket list and take photos next to the signage posters.6. Visit Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
This coastal valley was declared a national park in 1952. Composed of beaches, cliffs and leafy trails, it is one of the tourist routes that you cannot miss. It also has a varied fauna and flora characterized by its exotic species.7. Get to know the medieval town of Conwy
In North Wales there is a picturesque town called Conwy, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, for the impressive castle that stands in the middle of the town, built in the 12th century. From the castle you can get a panoramic view of the colonial streets of Conwy and the bay in which it is located. You can stroll through the alleys, taste the popular mussels of the area and soak up all the culture and history of the region