Wales

Uncover something magical. Tumbling hills, peaceful meadows, exquisite coastlines and the soaring mountain ranges of Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons make up much of Wales’ fairytale landscape, with higgledy piggledy, thatched cottage communities dotted amongst its flatlands. Pembrokeshire’s award-winning coastline, rugged cliff tops and blue lagoons make it a popular spot for watersports like coasteering. Take a drive, and a day trip to discover the history of Wales’ industrial past from ‘The Row’ in Abereiddy, where crumbling quarry workhouses and cottages still sit on the clifftop. The perfect balance of country life and urban living, larger cosmopolitan cities like Cardiff and Swansea are found in the south. While traditional towns, quiet coastal hamlets, and picture-postcard villages like Abersoch and Aberystwyth - home to independent shops, cosy pubs and award-winning foodie finds - populate the coastlines of the west and the Llyn Peninsula to the north.


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