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Activities in Wales
Reach the summit of Snowdon Mountain and you’re standing at the highest point in England and Wales. Located at the heart of Snowdonia one of our three National Parks, the views on the way up are just as breathtaking whether you hike up or take the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
We have hundreds of castles to explore as well as ancient cathedrals, abbeys and mysterious standing stones. If you have an appetite for history, Wales is a feast!
Wildlife thrives in our countryside and around our coastline. Dolphins and seals, butterflies and nocturnal badgers, warblers, kingfishers and the graceful red kite all call Wales home.
Take a dip in the rapids of Wales’ city living: visit cool Cardiff, friendly Swansea or our gateway city, Newport or slow it down in St. David’s, the city no bigger than a village.
Just about every hill, valley and stream in Wales has a legend to go with it. After you’ve heard the stories, it’s fun to search out the settings.
Take time to go fishing, paddle a canoe or just enjoy cooling your feet in one of our fast-moving, crystal clear rivers. Our very own “Lake District,” the Elan Valley is a wonderland of moorland, rivers, woodland, bogs and reservoirs.
Welsh chefs are now recognized as some of the best in the world. Their “secret weapon” is the incredible range of local ingredients they have to choose from classic cheeses, fresh seafood and quality meats.
Land of song:
Listening to a Welsh Male Voice choir is a unique and moving experience. Most choirs welcome visitors to rehearsals, which are often as stirring and enjoyable as full-scale concerts - plus, you can see what goes on behind the scenes.
We love to chat with new friends so take time to visit the pub, market, and tearoom or village shop. Enjoy a warm Welsh welcome: “Croeso!”