Locations Across Wales

The smallest of mainland Britain's component countries, Wales offers many wonderful and unique reasons to visit.

The south includes cosmopolitan Cardiff, a superb base from which to begin exploring the rest of the country. When you're ready to venture further afield, you'll be rewarded with an abundance of great attractions, including over 400 castles, stunning scenery, and numerous heritage railways

Featured Locations

    • Blaenavon


    Blaenavon is a town in south eastern Wales, lying at the source of the Afon Lwyd north of Pontypool, within the boundaries of the historic county of Monmouthshire and the preserved county of Gwent.

    • Brecon


    The grassy, heather-clad mountains of the Brecon Beacons National Park have been moulded by nearly eight millennia of human activity. Today, this is a fantastic place for an activity holiday, plus towns, pubs, markets and Michelin-star restaurants.

    • Caernarfon


    Caernarfon has possibly the most famous of Wales's castles. Its sheer scale and commanding presence easily set it apart from the rest, and to this day, still trumpet in no uncertain terms the intention of its builder Edward I.

    • Caerphilly


    With such close proximity to Cardiff, Caerphilly is an ideal base with a fantastic blend of activities, stunning countryside and first class visitor attractions.

    • Cardiff


    Cardiff, Wales’ Capital city, offers a startling range of unique attractions, quality shopping and entertainment. Cardiff is the perfect holiday destination for families, couples and groups.

    • Llanberis


    Llanberis is packed with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for weeks. But first, there’s the lakeside location at the foot of Snowdon. Also the perfect place to experience the Llanberis Lake Railway and Snowdon Mountain Railway.

    • Portmeirion


    Portmeirion is a tourist village in Gwynedd, North Wales. It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village, and is now owned by a charitable trust.

    • Snowdonia


    The Snowdonia National Park is a special part of the country where people come to relax and enjoy a wide range of leisure activities in spectacular surroundings.

    • St. Davids

    St. Davids

    St Davids Pembrokeshire west Wales is a beautiful and unique city surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe. A thriving community, St Davids is a vibrant city with a sense of belonging.

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    • Swansea


    Swansea, officially known as the City and County of Swansea, is a coastal city and county in Wales. It is Wales' second largest city after Cardiff and the twenty-fifth largest city in the UK.

    • Tenby


    Tenby is a town steeped in ancient history surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Through the passages of time Tenby has seen many changes but it has been on the leisure map for over 200 years.