Wales is home to some of the UK’s most picturesque locations! Some of the best places to visit in wales are undiscovered by many tourists and often off the beaten track.
The scenery! Wales has more than 1,680 miles of stunning coastline, and is largely mountainous; here you can climb the highest mountain in England and Wales – Snowdon – at 3,560ft.
Covering 520 square miles, this area of spectacular scenery and wealth of wildlife is a walker’s paradise, You’ll need your camera at the ready.
World-famous for its beaches, cliffs, islands and wildlife, Pembrokeshire offers endless opportunities for the whole family to enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
This beautiful village is lined with Riviera inspired houses that stand out amongst the trees and its own ornamental garden located in the centre of town.
Bring the family along for a fun-filled day in the forest, or take a romantic stroll across the picturesque waterfall. Don’t forget to bring your camera.
Starting at Sandy Water Park this trail leads you past the peaceful Lliedi Reservoirs, there are plenty of spectacular views to capture on your walk or cycle.
This unique harbour is built into the corner on North beach and is the perfect spot for young children to splash about.