Category: Wales

Tenby

Tenby is a town that is literally dripping with history, still enclosed in part by the medieval stone wall that protected it in centuries past. Though the town that those walls protect may have changed and adapted to the passage of time it has remained a popular leisure destination for almost two hundred years. Such…

Mumbles

Though it may well sound like a sleepy little backwater with a name like Mumbles, it is in fact a bright little village set beside the sea with plenty of things off offer its visitors. Just to confuse things Mumbles also goes by another name, that of Oystermouth, and is located right on the southernmost…

Caernarfon

Billed as probably the most picturesque town in the whole of North Wales, Caernarfon has become a magnet for tourists. People come to the town not only for the imposing and impressive castle but also because the town has been used as a backdrop on major television series in recent years which has made people…

Pontypridd

Located only twelve miles north of Cardiff, Pontypridd serves as principal town for the Rhondda Cynon Taff region and is a must visit place if you are touring the Welsh valleys. In the past this part of Wales was often referred to as the Wild West due to its often turbulent and raucous past. ‘Ponty’…

Anglesey

The beautiful island of Anglesey is known to the Welsh as Ynys Mon and is located off the northern coast of Wales. The island has around 125 miles of spectacular coastline, over two thirds of which has a coastal path which will take you through some incredible areas of outstanding natural beauty. The island has…