This rugged landscape within the Pembrokeshire National Park is ideal for walking, mountain biking and trekking. Unlike other highland areas of Wales, it is never inundated with tourists. It is the ideal place for a relaxing yet invigorating getaway. There are many spectacular ancient monuments and it is famed for providing the bluestone found at Stonehenge.
The best known resort in Wales.Tenby's picturesque harbour and sandy beaches are a natural draw. With it's vibrant cafés and bars it's a magnet for people of all ages throughout the year and especially the summer. There's an excellent choice of accommodation available to suit all requirements and many activities on the doorstep including: Go Karting, Laser Clay Shooting, Horse Riding, and Paintball. Tenby beaches are super swimming venues and ideal for water sports. Nearby, Freshwater West and Manorbier offer excellent surfing conditions.
Cardiff, Wales' Capital city is packed with attractions, sport, culture and entertainment. Within the few square miles of the city-centre alone, you'll find a wealth of things to do, whatever your tastes, and in the surrounding areas, you'll find everything from abseiling to whisky tasting. With world-class attractions which draw people from all over the UK and abroad you'll be spoilt for choice in Cardiff. Whether you want to watch or play, Cardiff's sporting offer beats many of its competitors. With world-class stadiums for rugby, football, cricket and athletics and an International Sports Village offering an Olympic size swimming pool, ice rink and Cardiff International White Water Centre - an Olympic standard canoe slalom, Cardiff is a sports fan's dream come true. You'll find a lively entertainment scene in and around Cardiff, packed with first class bars and restaurants catering for every taste. Whatever you're looking for, you're sure to find it here.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy, sandy beaches as well as rugged cliffs and secluded rocky coves. There are some fantastic outdoor opportunities on offer here. The Park is Britain's only truly coastal National Park, covering 240 sq miles (620 sq km) of spectacular landscape around Wales' south-western shore. With every water sport imaginable on offer from leisurely kayaking to full-on coasteering you're sure to have an action packed break. So spoil yourself and enjoy Pembrokeshire!
With mountains and moorland, standing stones and castles, lively waterfalls and vibrant communities, the Brecon Beacons National Park has masses to offer. The National Park is around 42 miles wide. In total, it covers approximately 520 square miles of South and Mid Wales rising to 886 metres at Pen y Fan, the highest peak in southern Britain. Perfect for Nordic walking, trekking and for the more adventrous - mountain biking, the Brecon Beacons can be a challenging break for most. With many rural villages, it offers numnerous pubs, inns and hostels to stay with visitors always offered a warm welcome.
Home to the Snowdonia National Park and the biggest mountain in Wales and England, Snowdon at 3,560ft, where you can visit by foot or train. There’s also a long coastline of sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs and glorious estuaries, which along the Llŷn Peninsula is a protected ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Discover Snowdonia's excellent range of activities and attractions. There are many activities and events planned across the area so there's plenty of choice. Get active and discover the great North Wales outdoors.