Posted by: Carlos | September 23, 2009

A holiday in Wales is not just about beautiful surroundings

A Welsh holiday is not just about the beautiful surroundings you experience, though Wales does have more than its fair share of mountains, lakes and beautiful coastline. Wales is all about enjoyment. With the abundance of historic places, castles & gardens for you to visit,  Wales has something for everyone.

Perhaps you just want to enjoy the character and nature of Wales in peace – you can go and see the dolphins of Cardigan Bay, the seabirds of Pembrokeshire, and the Red Kites, which can be seen all over Wales now. If you want to be more energetic you can walk the coastline, go mountain climbing or horse riding.

Wales also has a well deserved reputation for good, wholesome food and drink sourced locally with Welsh Lamb, Welsh Black Beef, Welsh seafood, fine Welsh wines and locally brewed beers gracing many a menu.

Wales is a land of many contrasts and the web site will help you find accommodation, activities and events that will make your holiday truly enjoyable. Visit the land of St David and see what there is to offer. Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit Wales every year for its countryside, historic buildings and its famous cities. If you take pleasure in the great outdoors, Wales has over 700 miles of beautiful coastline and mountain walks and climbs. If you are interested in the past, there are many castles and stately homes in Wales.

From the large cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Newport, to small rural villages and the idyllic seaside towns of Llandudno, Aberystwyth, New Quay and Prestatyn, there is something for everyone.

Wales is a country that not only celebrates its past but also looks to the future. After the creation of the National Assembly for Wales the country now has more individuality and focus and its international reputation is growing. Education, sport, and tourism are three important areas where modern Wales excels.

Sport plays a major part of the Welsh heritage and rugby has, for a long time, been associated with Wales, which has one of the best teams in the world. Wales has also built the Millennium Stadium, which can seat over 72,000 people and is home to many of Wales’ showcase sporting events. In 2009 The Ashes Test Match cricket came to Wales for the first time hosted by Glamorgan Cricket Club at the Swalec Stadium, Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. For 2010 The Ryder Cup international golf event is also being hosted in Wales at the Celtic Manor, Newport. All in all Wales has become an important venue for all sorts of sporting events.

Wales has it all; history, culture, countryside, beaches, cities, sporting activities, food and drink and above all a warm welcome for all visitors. Why don’t you find out more about the country of St. David and come and see it for yourself!


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