With Britain’s best beach and one of Britain's highest peaks, Wales is the perfect place for a weekend break.
Explore the best of Wales with visits to these stunning locations:
The Gower Peninsula
Comparable with beaches in New Zealand and Australia, Rhossili Bay was voted Britain’s best beach by Trip Advisor. Its three miles of sand is home to surfers, horse riders and was also the back drop for the TV programme Torchwood. Owned and managed by the National Trust this is a Welsh treasure of epic vista proportions.
Snowdonia National Park
One of Britain’s highest peaks, Snowdonia is the jewel in the crown of Wales’s best known national park. With 823 square miles of countryside it is home to farmers, climbers, and some of Britain’s rarest and protected species of flora and fauna...
Photo: Cadar Idris, Snowdonia National Park
Mid-Wales and the Brecon Beacons are rich in natural beauty, wildlife and culture. From the Hay Festival to bog snorkelling, this slice of Wales is bursting with things to do and is easily accessible for a weekend stay.
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