From the Gower Peninsula to Monmouthshire and Carmarthenshire to Pembrokeshire and the cities of Cardiff, Wrexham and Swansea in between and the seaside resorts of Rhyl, Llandudno and Abersoch. There are some fantastic places of outstanding beauty to enjoy across the breadth of Wales.
A Welsh Holiday is not merely a holiday in another English speaking country. Wales has its own culture and history to unearth and its own language to also try your hand at. Impress the locals with your carefully selected wording as you roam this land of tribal kings and its recently devolved state.
As well as inner city museums and art galleries in Cardiff City which provide an encapsulated overview of Welsh history, you can pick and choose from over 500 castles to visit in Wales proper.
13th Century castles built by King Edward I in Gwynedd, Raglan Castle in the Vale of Usk and the largest castle in Wales of them, Caerphilly Castle through to Conwy Castle in North Wales at the foot of Snowdonia. Conquest and battlement in amongst the most beautiful of picturesque scenes.
Wales also has its fair share of zoos, farms and aquariums which are great for the whole family to enjoy of a day out. Many people think of Wales as a country where it rains and can be cold, but much like the majority of Britain, summers can be very hot. The beaches along the coats of Wales, Caswell, Tenby and Barmouth are great seaside areas to enjoy all year round.
Roaming countryside and the many mountainous regions give way to the pursuit of extreme sports and the more serene. Take to abseiling and rock climbing, hill walking and mountaineering, discover wildlife in the many national parks and ride on ponies on trekking holidays in Wales.
The Rivers in parts are also excellent for white water rafting and canoeing and the coastlines of Wales provide for some fantastic water sports from yachting to jet skiing. If you're a fan of heights why not blend hill walking with gliding and ride the turbulent air of some of the best gliding areas of the UK with scenery over Welsh valleys to match.
There is so much to see and do in Wales and one trip is never enough. Several thousand cultural, heritage and museums to visit to really engage with Welsh history. With plenty of outdoor and indoor activities to provide a different Welsh holiday each and every time you cross the Severn Bridge.
While there are some great opportunities for holidays within the UK, you might want to consider holidays further afield for a more unique and eye-opening experience.
There are a lot of ways for people to take short breaks, whether that be in the UK, or in Europe. They are generally quite affordable as well, as they can be done during off-peak periods more easily.