Wales

Wales

United Kingdom
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Why visit Wales with your family

Coast to Coast

Lose yourself in secluded euphoria on the finest golden sandy beaches on offer here in Wales. Try a spot of fishing or just sit back and take in the glorious scenes of soft sandy expanses that could rival many in Europe.

If you’re itching to get walking, then part of the Wales Coast Path is a must. The whole route will take you from Chester in the North to Chepstow in the South, and is a whopping 870 miles long! There are more bitesize trails you can walk, taking in different sights from the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre to the Pembrey Motor Racing Circuit, and even museums and indoor markets. There are plenty eateries on the way to tickle your tastebuds for the whole family.

Inland Adventures

In contrast to the beautiful coastline, the lush green countryside has some say in why this country is also known as the ‘Garden of Wales’ 

Take the family and enjoy the National Botanic Garden of Wales which emulates the past as well as celebrating the future of all things botanical.

Castles are a must for those little warriors in your family where ruins steeped in history come alive with their chequered past while also hinting at a sense of a haunting atmosphere.

Kids will love a try at digging for treasure, well, panning for Gold! This is now a National Trust attraction in the hills of Dolaucothi and will be fun to follow in Roman footsteps.

Walkers will not be complete without a jaunt to the Brecon Beacons, a mountain range including South Wales’ highest peak, Pen Y Fan. A beautiful sight to behold.