From Fairytale Castles to Dragons
When it comes to the ultimate UK and Ireland escape, Wales is a perfect match for its Irish and English neighbours.
Trace the footsteps of legendary kings, druids, and Norman conquerors across mystical landscapes, exploring the dramatic southwest coast and the rugged, misty mountains of the north.
In the south along Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, follow the undulating coastal path over limestone cliffs, into fishing villages, and past some of the most beautiful beaches in the British Isles. Travel north to the uplands of Snowdonia National Park to hike the romantic mountain landscapes where many tales of King Arthur unfolded.
With more castles per square mile than any other country in Europe, explore the fortress-rich landscapes of Wales to encounter Iron Age hill forts and prehistoric dolmens, as well as any one of the 600+ imposing medieval castles in this charming ancient land.
Get acquainted with Welsh culture present and past, from the hip, modern streets of revitalised Cardiff to the timeless villages of the isolated Llŷn Peninsula, where English is a second language and age-old traditions are held fast.