Llandudno Wales 


Llandudno is the largest resort town in Wales, located between Little and Great Ormes it boasts two wonderful, family friendly beaches. The Beach of the North Shore has won awards for cleanliness and is a great place to spend a few hours playing with the kids, whereas the quieter West Shore with its rolling sand dunes is the perfect place to escape for some tranquillity. As a resort town it boasts both a Victorian and an Edwardian heritage and as such remains somehow more elegant than other resort towns. Yet…

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St Asaph Wales 

St Asaph

The peaceful town of St Asaph is located six miles to the south of the holiday hotspot of Rhyl and it makes a great place to stay if you are planning on exploring the Welsh coast. Although only a small town with a population of fewer than four thousand people this pretty little town is actually a city as it is home to what has to be the smallest cathedral in the country, which is no bigger than your average village church. Though quite small and seemingly insignificant, this little…

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Tenby Wales 


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 a long career in the hospitality and tourism industry means that the town knows what its visitors want and expect from Tenby as a holiday destination. Visitors here will not be disappointed by what they…

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Mumbles Wales 


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 point of Swansea Bay, only a mere five miles or so from the centre of Swansea. As if two names weren’t enough the area is also widely regarded as the ‘Gateway to the Gower Peninsula’,…

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Caernarfon Wales 


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 want to walk in the footsteps of the stars. You can’t help but be impressed by the castle and its unique polygonal towers and artistic design to the masonry, but there is much more to…

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Anglesey Wales 


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 also been known by another name, Mon or Mam Cymru which means ‘Mother of Wales’; this was due to the islands rich fertile farm lands which were believed to be able to produce enough food…

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St David's Wales 

St David’s

The city of St David’s is located on the St David’s Peninsula in what is the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in South Wales. This is a place that has always received its fair share of visitors, from the medieval pilgrims that journeyed to the town to visit St David’s shrine, to the visitors of today who come to enjoy the incredible hospitality and beautiful scenery that the area has to offer. The city takes its name from the patron saint of Wales who, according to local legend was born on…

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Newport Wales 


Newport in Gwent is the third largest city in Wales; the city centre is filled with original Victorian buildings which gives the city a certain kind of timeless elegance. The last decade has seen a marked increase in the number of tourists coming to the city, especially during the summer which has led to further developments being made in the city to accommodate the extra influx of visitors. The city of Newport is situated by the side of the Severn Estuary and offers some wonderful landscapes and scenery to enjoy.…

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Cardiff Wales 


Cardiff has changed dramatically in recent years to become the true capital city of Wales. The city centre is filled with attractions and entertainments for the whole family and no matter what your personal tastes and preferences you will find something to do that will tick all of the boxes for you.  Within the city and the surrounding area you will find a wide range of activities from adrenalin fuelled abseiling to relaxed whiskey tasting. Cardiff has become a city that attracts people to it from all over the world,…

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Swansea Wales 


Billed as the ‘City by the Sea’, Swansea was once described as an ‘ugly, lovely town’ by Dylan Thomas but since then it has changed beyond recognition. Just as lively and energetic as its sister city of Cardiff, Swansea is somehow more traditionally Welsh. The entire waterfront area of the city has been redeveloped and there are some truly wonderful cultural attractions and incredible museums in the area for you to visit. Just outside of the city there is beautiful Swansea Bay which offers beautiful beaches and incredible surfing. The…

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